During Archaeology Day, experts from across the state will share in-depth presentations on the importance of understanding perishable technologies, such as basketry and textiles, in the study of prehistoric people.
Visitors can also see demonstrations of weaving, basketry and flint knapping, a technique for making stone tools.
In addition, visitors can bring their own American Indian artifacts for identification and analysis by experts with more than 50 years of combined experience with archaeological artifacts.
Throughout the day, visitors can step inside a wigwam in a recreated 16th-century Monongahela Indian Village, watch a blacksmith forge red-hot iron in the 19th-century Meadowcroft Village, and tour the Meadowcroft Rockshelter.
For more information, please contact Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village at 724-587-3412.