Junior Academy Archaeology Mini-Series for Teens! Session 4: Zoo Archaeology
Thursday, December 14 @ 7:00 pm-8:30 pmFree
This is the 4th and final session of this hands-on and interactive monthly mini-series for teens exploring the field of archaeology with past sessions on flintknapping, ceramics, and geoarchaeology!
5050 Oakland Avenue (lower level), St. Louis, MO 63110 United States + Google Map
SESSION FOUR IS NOW FULL! CURRENTLY ACCEPTING WAIT-LISTED REGISTRANTS ONLY for Session Four! To be added to the wait-list for this session, register below.
FREE and OPEN to Junior Academy members and their parents ONLY. Registration is required. Space is limited to 30 participants per session, so register early to reserve your spot! Register below!
For more information on the Junior Academy of Science for Teens and how to become a member, CLICK HERE!
Jason L. King, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for American Archaeology
Kathryn Chapman, Education Coordinator, Center for American Archaeology
Learn how animal bones thrown into prehistoric trash pits are used to learn about the humans who put them there. See the many ways animals were utilized as cuisine and more. Then try your skills at identifying bones like an archaeologist!
The Junior Academy of Science Archaeology Mini-Series for Teens! is a special Junior Academy of Science partnership series of The Academy of Science – St. Louis and the Center for American Archaeology.