The Iroquois Indian Museum in Schoharie County will host “Early Technology Day,” a program looking at the process of flint knapping (the ancient art of making chipped stone tools), fire making, cordage making, atlatl spear throwing and early archery, on Saturday, October 15th.
There will be displays of projectile points, tools, and local archaeological finds from the Museum’s archaeology department. Attendees are encouraged to bring an artifact they’ve found, and the Museum’s experts try to identify it.
This program will take place from 10 am to 4 pm. The Iroquois Indian Museum is located at 324 Caverns Rd, in Howes Cave, NY. For more information email email@example.com or visit the Museum website.