Appropriate for children ages 10-13
Cost $150 [Portland scholarships are available]
Jay Stottman, the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, and historian Rick Bell will guide campers through hands-on archaeology and history detective activities at Portland Wharf Park to learn more about this important site. Children will spend one half day, each day, on archaeology and one half-day, each day, on history projects. Children will be responsible for bringing their own lunch and drinks. Water will be provided.
Scholarships: If you need to be considered for a partial or full scholarship, please ask your child to write a one-page story about why he or she would like to attend the camp. At the end, a parent can provide a brief explanation of why they need scholarship aid.
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A Portland Bicentennial Project with support of Metro Parks, Portland Museum, Kentucky Archaeological Survey, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.