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Ice Cream Sandwiches & Ice Age Encounters: A Coolhaus Freebie at the Page Museum

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What delicious cool treat goes better with the ice age than ice cream? That's how the Natural History Museum's "Ice Age Encounters" show teamed up with Coolhaus to mark the show's new home at the Page Museum for a fun freebie.

To get everyone in the mood for the show (and its star, a Saber-Tooth Cat), Coolhaus will be outside the Page Museum on Wednesday, September 5 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. handing out free "Saber-toothed Sandwiches" (it's Red Velvet Cookie with Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream). With the nearby glut of lunchtime food trucks on Wilshire Boulevard, this free treat could be a tasty way to cap off a weekday lunch.

If the "Saber-toothed Sandwich" does get you thinking about ice age animals, starting September 12 the "Ice Age Encounters" will be on at the Page Museum Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 am, 12:30 pm, and 1:45 pm.