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Prehistoric Weaponry In Florida

July 28, 2009

Ravine Gardens State Park
Thursday, July 30, 2008, 10:00 a.m.


In celebration of National Parks and Recreation Month Ravine Gardens State Park will be offering a special family friendly program presented by Florida Public Archaeology Network, ‘Prehistoric Weaponry in Florida’. Learn the importance of historic preservation and the measures the Florida Park System takes to preserve and protect our cultural resources. See how archaeologists uncover the truth about early Floridians and how they lived. What did they use to hunt the meat that they ate, how did they protect themselves from preditor or their enemies? Come spend this early summer morning cooling off in the Civic Center while discovering some of the behind scenes activities at the Florida State Parks. After the program take the family on a walk through the gardens and the ravine trails. Discover and enjoy the parks beautiful cultural resources and rediscover …the Real Florida.
Fees: Regular park admission fees apply.
Contact: Contact Ravine Gardens for more information.
Directions: Ravine Gardens State Park is located in Palatka, Florida. From US17/SR100, turn south onto Moseley Avenue, then turn east onto Twigg Street.

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