Saturday, March 19th 10am-4pm
A number of members of the Nebraska Archeological Society will be displaying their private collections of arrowheads, spear points, tools, pottery, etc.
At 1:00 there will be a special presentation by Rob Bozell titled “Nebraska’s Weirdest Archeological Discoveries…Fact and Fiction”.
Hands-on activities for children (and adults) will include pottery making,
corn grinding, and atlatl throwing (pre-historic spear).
The Otoe-Missouria Native American tribes were living along the Missouri River in present day Nebraska City area when Lewis and Clark camped here in July 1804.
For more information contact:
Erv Friesen, Manager or Doug Friedli, Executive Director
Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Trail Visitor Center
PO Box 785 Nebraska City, NE 68410
or visit our website at www.mrb-lewisandclarkcenter.org
This FREE program is part of a series of events sponsored by
the Nebraska City Museum Association, www.nebraskacitymuseums.org