noon to 4 p.m. Sept. 9, Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge and the Cathlapotle Plankhouse presents Archaeology in the NW
Another Second Sunday is fast approaching!
At 1 p.m. Dr. Ken Ames, PSU anthropology professor and one of the lead investigators of the Cathlapotle Archaeological site, will present recent archaeology findings along the lower Columbia river; followed by Q&A.
From 12-4 there will be hands on activities for aspiring archaeologists and their families, our GPS guided Geo Adventure, and of course the Plankhouse will be open for visitation.
There are ways for everyone to connect to the past this Sunday
Contact Sarah Hill at Sarah_Hill@fws.gov or call (360) 887-4106 for more info.
Directions: Exit 14 off of I-5, head west towards downtown Ridgefield. Go through Ridgefield and take a right at the light (turning onto Main Ave). Proceed north for 1 mile, the refuge entrance road is located on the left side of the road. The event is free, but there is a $3.00 per vehicle parking fee.