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Archaeology Walk

Educational Walk Family-friendly

Sun. Jun 5

01:00 pm

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02:00 pm

1.5 miles

Closed

Join us for an Archaeology Walk on the Sherwood Island History Trail. The walk will be led by Archaeologists Dawn Brown and Ernie Wiegand. The walk will include points of interest, terrain, and examining the traces of past inhabitants of Sherwood Island, from 1000 B.C. to the 1940s. The leader will share findings from recent excavations, including Native American, early settlers, and onion farmers.
Along the trail, various sites will be described and examined, and various artifacts, maps, old photos, and recent recoveries will be used to bring the island’s past inhabitants to life.

Event Leader(s)

Cece Saunders

(203) 984-1488

saunders.cece@gmail.com

Rain Date

no rain date

Organization Partners

Meeting Location Details

From the end of either north or south exit, turn toward Long Island Sound, go down a short hill and go through the entrance at the Park’s welcome booths. You will not have to pay to enter the Park or join the walk. Follow the signs to East Beach and the Nature Center. The framed, one-story Nature Center sits on a hillock near the east end of the park. There are parking lots in front of and by the side of the Nature Center. Meet on the large front porch of the Nature Center.

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

Great Park Pursuit Event

No Dogs Permitted