Lithic Reduction Technology Workshop

Location: 
Clark Hall Room 212, Brandon University
Date: 
Sunday, November 12, 2017

November 12. 2017 10am - 2:30pm


All people can trace their history and culture back in time to the Stone Age. 

Archaeologists around the world have studied stone tools and the importance that stone tool making had to the continued existence of human beings. 

Manitoba archaeologists Gord Hill and Chris Whaley will conduct the workshop to discuss and demonstrate the ancient production of stone artifacts in Manitoba. 

Those wanting to learn about stone tools and stone tool technology will have the opportunity to make and take home a tool. 

Materials will be provided. 

MAS Members Non Members
$10 $25

Space is limited to 25 participants. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Registration:

email: mbarch@mymts.net or malaineym@brandonu.ca 

Call: 204-942-7243 or 204-727-9734 

 


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