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Date(s) - 05/11/2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


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Join us for an action-packed morning of learning about and implementing ancient Native American skills for hunting.  Participants will learn to track animals, create and throw a spear using an atl atl, and cook food over an open fire.  The program will include a flint-knapping demonstration as well as a fire-starting demonstration to showcase the primitive skills required to survive.

Registration is required by May 8th and space is limited.  The workshop is for kids ages 9-16 years old and parents/adult guardians are welcome to participate.  Activities and topics are subject to change depending on weather conditions.  Call the Museum at (309) 547-3721 to register or for more information.