Come to the library this Saturday, July 9, 2-4 p.m., to meet professional Kansas archaeologists, watch a LIVE flintknapping demonstration by local flintknapper Dan Rowlinson, and see what’s in an archaeologist’s toolkit.
Kids can also explore the Kansas Historical Society’s traveling trunks with activities related to stratigraphy and Native American lodging. A variety of prehistoric and historic artifacts will be on display in Marvin Auditorium 101BC.
At 2 p.m., Virginia Wulfkuhle, Public Archeologist in the Cultural Resources Division at the Kansas Historical Society, will kick off the afternoon’s event with a 10-15 minute talk including details about the annual Kansas Archeology Training Program field school.
Bring your questions for the experts and have a good time learning about Kansas history! Before you leave, be sure to enter a drawing for a chance to win one of two $10 gift certificates to the Chandler Booktique or two tickets to the Kansas History Museum. This family event is co-sponsored by the Kansas Historical Society.