Do you like to dig in the dirt? Enjoy looking for clues? Ever wonder about what life was like for our ancestors hundreds of years ago? If you get excited about uncovering the secrets of the past, then come to the Historic Santee Barn for a day of archaeology! Kids will get to learn about the study of people and artifacts by digging for archaeological treasures in the 107-year-old barnyard. Kids will also get to play with mud and make native wildflower seed balls to help our local ecosystems thrive!
This event is hosted by the Santee Historical Society.
Date & Time: Saturday, March 14
Time: 10:30am – 1pm
Age Recommendation: All ages welcome, but this event is best for kids under the age of 10
Location: Santee Barn (RSVP for directions to exact meeting location)
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This event is an open house, so visitors are encouraged to drop by anytime.
Community service hours will not be verified at this event.
RSVP is encouraged. Please fill out the form below.