The Methow Valley Interpretive Center hosts the final Last Sunday event of 2019 – Methow Archaeology: In Search of Evidence with Rich Davis. This Sunday October 27th on the TwispWorks campus.
Hidden within the artifacts that have been studied in the Methow Artifact Research Project are more questions than answers. Windows into an ancient world. Through the donations and glimpses offered by the owners of artifacts, we have been able to create a database. Through further study and donations of informative materials, there is a bright future for connecting these relics of the past with the current Methow people.
Rich and his wife have been involved in archaeology for over 25 years both in the southwest and in Washington. They both served as award winning Site Stewards for the State of Arizona for close to 20 years. Rich has published many articles and several books, primarily dealing with the age dating and identification of chipped stone tools, primarily projectile points in the southwest corner of Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico. Rich heads up the Methow Archaeology Research Project (MARP) and serves as Archaeology Adviser to the Methow Valley Interpretive Center.
This event is taking place in the Methow Valley Interpretive Center, Building #2, on the TwispWorks Campus.
Last Sunday events are open to the public and presented free of charge, but donations are gratefully accepted.