Homeschool Program: Historical Archaeology

Wednesday, January 10 10am-12pm –  This program registration is closed. Check 1/24/2024 for a second Historical Archaeology program

Homeschool families will explore the process of historical archaeology. Use the Fort Hunter dig as a case study. How have the artifacts either confirmed or rewritten the sites history. Use hands-on collection to identify the different time periods. Museum curators and educators from

Families will experience a guided gallery tour and discussion about the day’s topic, then participate in a hands-on family activity. These programs will give homeschooled students and their families an opportunity to engage with museum staff, ask questions, and work together. After the program, families may continue exploring the museum and enjoy Q & A with staff. Each program begins at 10:00AM and is expected to last 2 hours.

Programs will be open for a limited number of participants. Registration and pre-payment is required. $5 per participant for State Museum Affiliate Members per program $10 per participant for non-Members per program At least one adult is required to register with each family. All program participants must pay a fee regardless of age. Fees are non-refundable. Deadline to register is 12Noon the day prior to each program.

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