Living in the Past!
- Capitol Park Museum
- 660 N. 4th Street, Baton Rouge, 70802 United States
Have you wondered what it’s like to make an arrowhead or how native people made ceramics? Would you like to throw a spear using an ancient tool? Do you want to be an archaeologist? Then you should join the Office of Cultural Development’s Division of Archaeology at “Living in the Past.” This free event, is geared for children and adults alike and will be held at the Capitol Park Museum in downtown Baton Rouge, Saturday, October 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 pm. Watch a flint knapping demonstration, make ceramics using traditional methods, throw a spear using an atlatl, which is an ancient spear thrower, and participate in an interactive archaeological dig box.