Green Lane Park Announces Archaeology Educational Programs for June

Archaeology for Kids

Archaeology for Kids – Digging Deeper
Saturday June 26th at 11:00 a.m.

What is Archaeology?

Archaeology is an important branch of science where we study human history and prehistory through the excavation and the analysis of artifacts and remains. Excavation is one of the most important methods archaeologists learn.

Visitors will learn the technique of excavation, documentation and analysis. Visitors will also be able to experience the thrill of uncovering artifacts in-situ and take some artifacts home.

For ages 7-12 with an adult.

Program is free, but pre-registration required. Call (215) 234-4528 to reserve your space.

For a full schedule of events at Green Lane Park, click here.

Green Lane Park, in northwestern Montgomery County, offers a variety of year-round, outdoor activities and programs for people to choose from.

Park visitors can enjoy fishing, boating (including boat rentals), family and group camping, picnicking, 25 miles of trails for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking, as well as two children’s playgrounds.

Winter enthusiasts can cross-country ski, ice fish, or go ice skating, weather permitting. The park also offers summer concerts and family-oriented, environmental education programs on weekends. The park is open daily from 6 a.m. to sunset.

Green Lane Park is operated by the Montgomery County Division of Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites. For more information, please call (215) 234-4528, email or visit here.

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