Thursday, July, 21st 4:00pm – 5:00pm
This program is part of the Revolutionary Westchester 250 – Living History to Go- it is funded by the Westchester Library System to build public awareness and appreciation for Westchester County’s Revolutionary War history. Barry Keegan will demonstrate the life and technology of the Native American people who first began living in the Hudson Valley about 12,000 years ago.
He will engage the audience with hands-on activities such as arrowheads, twine, stone tools, bows, arrows, fish and animal traps, spears, clothing, boats, and more.
Best for those ages 8+ free, free to all, and no registration is required.