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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Nov 22, 2014-
Nov 22, 2014
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Explore Napa Valley: Dig It!
Napa Valley Museum presents our new Environmental Series, Explore Napa Valley. Learn about ancient civilizations, unearth buried treasure from the past and discover spectacular new provinces – all in your own backyard
Napa,
Napa Valley Museum-55 Presidents Circle Yountville
Event Description

 Napa Valley Museum presents our new Environmental Series, Explore Napa Valley. Learn about ancient civilizations, unearth buried treasure from the past and discover spectacular new provinces – all in your own backyard. Each quarter, we offer a new guided experience that reveals the hidden treasures just miles from your home! Each program costs $10.00 or enjoy all four sessions for $35.00. Spaces are limited, so call Napa Valley Museum at (707) 944-0500 to reserve your spot or visit us at Www.NapaValleyMuseum.org for more information.

 

Dig it! For adults

November 22, 2014

10am-12pm

Spend the morning learning what it would be like to be an archaeologist. Archaeology Professor Jessica Penman will conduct a simulated dig at the Napa Valley Museum. Participants will learn basic excavation techniques, archeological photography, recording, classification, and much more while we discover the types of artifacts that could be found in Napa Valley Archaeology. After the dig, participants will have a chance to have a Q&A with Ms. Penman.

Fee: $10.00

Contact Information
Name: Jessica Penman     Email: jessica@napavalleymuseum.org
Phone: 707-944-0500

 

 

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