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Puzzles of Our Past Virtual Children's Summer Youth Program

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Presented by Florida Public Archaeology Network at Online/Virtual Space

Jul 30 2020
Puzzles of Our Past Virtual Children's Summer Youth Program

Join FPAN and the Franklin County Library for a FREE educational and fun virtual summer youth program where kids can learn about archaeology!

Join FPAN and the Franklin County Library for a FREE educational and fun virtual summer youth program. Kids will learn how archaeologists study the past and the importance of archaeological context. This program will include a brief presentation and a hands-on activity, using materials readily available at home.

While this event is free, we do request that attendees register in advance. Once registered, you will receive a link to the zoom invitation for the program.

ADMISSION INFO

FREE admission, but must register in advance by clicking on the ticket link.

Email: BarbaraAClark@uwf.edu

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Face masks required: No
Social distancing: No
Limited Capacity: No
Reservations required: Yes

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