Indian History_Poster - Discover Canal Fulton

Indian Times,
Take a journey back in time to the mystery of the
Ohio Stone Age Indians to the cultural transformation of the Native Americans where
Superstitions, Rituals, Myths, Music, Lethal Stone Weapons and Tools
will come alive through demonstrations, discussions and slide presentations.
Bring your artifacts for an evaluation from experts dating the time period and current trade value.
Saturday, June 6, 2015
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
239 N. Canal Street
Canal Fulton, Ohio 44614
500 - 600
Stone Age
Spears & Tools
Cost: $5 / per person (11 & ender FREE)
100% of all door proceeds to benefit Bountiful Gifts organization
where the monies to be ear marked for the
Lunch Program at Northwest Schools where no child goes hungry.
Stone Tool Technology
Presented by Dan Minard
An informative presentation on the development and techniques necessary to change
a piece of stone into a tool used by the First People to provide food, shelter and clothing. Learn how to identify flint, where you can find flint in Ohio, how to make an arrowhead, and much more.
Bob Zahirsky is a retired engineer who worked mostly in the power industry with
the Babcock and Wilcox company where he held several positions. He holds a
Bachelors and a Masters degrees from Kent State University. Bob has continued
his interest in native peoples following his retirement through classes at Ohio
State University studying Anthropology. Bob will discuss several aspects of Ohio
Indian culture, thoughts on religion and the different time periods of life in Ohio
from Paleo times to the 1700s and will also present a detailed discussion of the
Indian Love flute including the construction and playing of the instrument.
Event Sponsored by
For Information call or email:
Warehouse On The Canal
330-949-1717 / [email protected]
Canal Fulton Tour Services
330-854-5530 / [email protected]