Archeology Day Coming up at Grand Canyon National Park





If you have even a passing interest in archeology, the upcoming Archeology Day at Grand Canyon National Park on Saturday, March 19 will be a great chance for some hands-on activities and learning opportunities.

Who were the people who lived in and around the Grand Canyon centuries ago, and how did they live? What do archeologists really do to solve those mysteries, and what have they learned? Archeology Day is intended to help park visitors answer those questions—and have fun in the process.

Hands-on activities for all ages will take place at Grand Canyon Visitor Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 19th. Visitors can join a ranger to make a split-twig figurine, similar to artifacts dating to 2,000 to 4,000 years ago that have been found in remote caves in and around the Grand Canyon. ...


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