Join us on Friday, April 20 from 1-4pm in Huddleston Hall G16 (on the University of New Hampshire-Durham campus) for a fun-filled afternoon of hands-on archaeology and anthropology! In its fourth iteration, Open Archaeology and Anthropology Day is a great way to learn about other cultures in both the past and present. Activities will include stone tool knapping (or flaking), simple pottery construction, ancient foodway sampling, atlatl throwing (spear thrower), and a mock excavation. In addition, there will be a presentation by UNH students working on a cultural heritage project in conjunction with Abenaki community members, as well as a photography exhibit by local photographer Becky Fields, showcasing her work among refugees resettled in New Hampshire.