The American Bison was once one of the most numerous animals in North America. This main stay for Native Americans roamed the prairies from southern Canada to northern Mexico. The bison provided food, tools, toys, clothing and shelter for many Plains tribes. Enjoy an evening of exploring the various ways the Native American used this animal and what it meant for their survival. Participants will handle actual items made by a present day re-creator of Native American objects.
Advanced Registration: Not required/show up
February 7 –Thursday, 7:00 p.m. at Wickiup Hill
Cost: $2.50/adult, $1/child (16 and under) or $5/family