Resourceful Risk Takers: Their Tools & Artifacts
This hands-on program reveals how Native Americans made and used tools for stone-working and woodworking as a means of adapting their environment to their life needs. Participants will be able to handle authentic tools and other artifacts. In addition, they will have an opportunity to use replicated tools such as mortars and pestles to grind corn, drills for making fire, and pump drills for drilling holes in stone.
Program Link: Brownie Inventor Badge, Junior Playing the Past Badge
Important: Leaders Free; Additional adults and Tag-Alongs will be charged $4 admission fee to explore the museum as they are not permitted in the program