If you’ve got a thing for bones and ancient history, this is the event for you. This weekend the Loveland Archeological Society presents the 70th Annual Loveland Stone Age Fair. The event will be held at the Pulliam Community Building at 545 Cleveland Avenue in downtown Loveland.
The fair includes an artifacts exhibit and speakers. There will also be demonstrations of flint knapping and bead working on both Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday’s line up includes a local feature presentation by Mr. Pat Mahaffy, President/CEO, and Director of Clovis Oncology. Mr. Mahaffy will speak on “The Mahaffy Clovis Cash from Boulder, Colorado.”
The distinguished lecture series features two speakers. First, Dr. Bonnie Pitblado, Associate Professor, Anthropology Program, at Utah State University will speak on “Building Paleoindian Research Programs in Southeastern Idaho and Northern Utah.”
Next up, Dr. Todd Surovell, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology at University of Wyoming will speak about “A Folsom Winter Campsite in the Colorado Rockies.”
Stone Age Fair runs Saturday, Sept. 25 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The public is welcome and admission is free.
For a complete schedule visit http://www.stoneagefair.com/2010_saf/index.htm.