Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex in Moundsville will present a special program that demonstrates how some of the tools on display at the Delf Norona Museum were made and used by their prehistoric owners, from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, July 4.
The day's activitie are free and open to the public.
From 1 - 2 p.m., the museum invites visitors to view an introductory slide presentation about Grave Creek Mound Archaeology Complex and some of the prehistoric tools on display in the facility. Participants also can experience for themselves how early Native Americans used tools made of stone and wood to grind corn, drill holes and work with bone from 2-4 p.m. These activities are part of the museum's popular "Prehistoric Tools" program that can be reserved by groups who visit the complex.
For more information about the program or to learn about other group activities, contact Andrea Keller, cultural program coordinator at Grave Creek Mound, at 304-843-4128 or e-mail her at Andrea.K.Keller@wv.gov. Indicate in the message if you are interested in receiving notification of other upcoming programs at the mound.