Sunday June 3
11:00a.m.-12:00p.m.= Secrets of the “Entrance Complex”: Join us at the front desk of the museum to head out to what is called the “Entrance Complex” at the head of the main trail of the Old Stone Fort. Here we will explore the secrets and symbolism of this series of earthworks.
2:00p.m.-2:30p.m.=Ancient Weapon: The Atlatl: Try your hand at this preferred method for bringing down large game for the 10000 years before the arrival of the bow and arrow in North America. Meet at the museum’s front lawn for this demonstration and hands-on activity.
3:00p.m.– 3:30p.m.=Wonderful World of Finger Weaving: Meet at the park museum’s front desk for a hands-on finger weaving demonstration. Learn the Native Ameri-cans’ ancient technique of making belts.
3:30p.m.-4:00p.m.= Tales of Trickery: Ever wonder why deer have antlers? Or perhaps why they don’t have sharp teeth? Join us at the park museum front desk for readings of these Cherokee trickster fables.