10:30 a.m. – Dr. Meridith Hardy, Archaeologist, NPS Southeast Archeological Center.
“100 is the New 50! Celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of the National Park Service”
12:30 p.m. – Ellen Andrews, Historic Preservationist, Florida Park Service.
“San Marcos de Apalache and the Florida Park Service – Fifty Years Together!”
2:00 p.m. – Mr. Dale Cox, Author and Historian. “Exploring the History of San Marcos de Apalache”.
Atlatl spear throwing
How to make a clay pot
Civil War Troops
Creek Indian Village
Spanish Colonial Life
NPS’s Southeast Archeological Center
Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research
Florida State Parks (Florida Department of Environmental Protection)
FSU Anthropology Society
Panhandle Archaeological Society of Tallahassee (PAST)
Tallahassee Historical Society
Invasive exotic plants – What are they? And how to deal with them at archaeological sites
Catch the tram every 20 minutes between the park and the Stone Crab Festival