Wednesday, March 07, 2007

A Walk Back In Time

Artist/Historian/Archaeologist, Dean Quigley and Native American Inform Schoolchildren

The Florida Agricultural Museum Invites You to Attend
A Walk Back In Time: "Life and Times on the Old Kings Road"
March 24 & 25th, 9am to 4pm

At the Florida Agricultural Museum, 7900 Old Kings Road
At the Intersection of Old Kings Road and Hwy US 1 North Flagler County

Join us for a "Walk Back in Time" an opportunity to walk the 3/4 mile trail and visit historic camps arranged as a time line historic periods, as they might have existed along the Old Kings Road. You will meet and talk with Timucuan Indians, Spanish Settlers, British Colonists, Seminoles, Florida Pioneer Cowhunters and visit the excavation site of a turn-of-the-century Archaeologists complete with recovered artifacts. In addition to the historic camps, there will be vendors selling historic reproduction items and food at the Caldwell Dairy Barn. State archaeologists will also be set up in the dairy barn to discuss Florida archaeology as part of the Archaeology Month celebration. Saturday the 24th will also include our Old Fashion Barn Dance. So don't miss the

Old Fashion Barn Dance & Cake Walk
Saturday March 24th 3-5pm

All Day Admission:
Adults $5.00, 12 & Under $3.00, 2 and under Free
Please wear walking shoes

Call 386-446-7630
for more information

Discover Florida's History:
Founded before Plymouth
Settled prior to Jamestown
St. Augustine Founded in 1565

A Great Family EventFull of Fun & Learning

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