6th Annual Rio Grande Delta International Archeology Fair
October 1, 2012 | by Rolando Garza, Archeologist Palo Alto Battlefield NHP
Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park and the Historic Brownsville Museum, as part of Texas Archeology Month and the National Archeology Day, proudly present the 6th Annual Rio Grande Delta International Archeology Fair on Saturday October 13, 2012 from 10am to 3pm. This archeology fair is designed to provide the community with an opportunity to learn about the science of Archeology and the local archeological resources through displays, demonstrations, and activities with the intent of instilling a sense of shared stewardship and an appreciation for resource preservation. Over a dozen professional Archeologists from both the U.S. and Mexico will be participating in this years fair, along with other various museums, land management agencies, and organizations. The event is free and visitors who participate in activities or engage in demonstations or displays to learn about Battlefield Archeology, Historic Archeology, or Prehistoric Archeology will earn a stamp in their event "Passport booklet". The visitor can cancel their passport booklet to receive an event T-shirt or childrens book on Archeology when they have earned at least six stamps.
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