Sep 14, 2013
Native people were experts at hunting for food by using traditional methods – such as a bow and arrow. Visitors create hunting or target bows with Manuel Lizarralde, associate professor of Ethnobotany and Anthropology at Connecticut College. Manuel has made more than 400 bows over the last 25 years and is a skilled teacher of fledging bowyers. Guests can practice target shooting under the guidance of Museum educators. Children under 15 must have adult assistance. The morning workshop is for ages 10-15; the afternoon is for ages 16 and older. On the Farmstead or the CL&P Room, if raining. Limited to 10 participants per workshop. $55/$40 Museum members. Call (800) 411-9671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Sept. 1 to register.
|Cost||$55/$40 Museum members|
Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
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