PULLMAN, Wash. — Kid’s Day at Washington State University’s Museum of Anthropology
is planned for 10-11:30 a.m. Oct. 16 at the museum’s College Hall exhibition area.
Children ages 8-12 years of age will learn what archaeologists do and how scientists have
reconstructed the prehistory of eastern Washington.
The program will include hands-on exposure to artifacts, craft activities, and stories and
presentations. Children must preregister by calling organizers at 509/335-3441.
The event is sponsored by the WSU Department of Anthropology and the Museum of
Anthropology as an Archaeology Month activity.