Join Long Ago Yukon and a team of professionals from the Yukon Heritage Resources on Saturday, April 14th from 1 to 3 p.m. for an artefact identification event at the Whitehorse Public Library!
We will have expert archaeologists and palaeontologists on hand to help you uncover what that unusual family heirloom you have really is, or the significance of the neat object you found on a summer outing.
A representative array of ancient specimens and historical artefacts will also be on display. Come drop by, show your treasures or just to see and talk with local experts about our rich archaeological and paleontological heritage here in the Yukon.
Discover Yukon's rich past with us at this free, community event!
Location: Whitehorse Public Library Meeting Room
Time: Saturday, April 14 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Long Ago Yukon is an independent, voluntary association, which organizes educational events celebrating our archaeological and paleontological heritage here in the Yukon. We all have a role to play protecting and preserving our heritage resources.
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Or for more information contact Michael Dougherty at 633-6579 or firstname.lastname@example.org