(Horicon) The Rock River Archeological Society is holding their annual Road Show on Wednesday. The event takes the place of their normal monthly meeting and offers visitors and members the opportunity to bring in interesting, strange, or unknown artifacts for possible identification. Attendees will have the opportunity to go before the room and talk about their item. People are also encouraged to bring in mystery items and members of the archaeological group will try to determine the origin. The road show will end with a drawing for prizes, provided by one of the archaeological societies members, and followed by snacks and refreshments. The annual Rock River Archeological Society Archaeology Road Show will be on Wednesday (12/19) at the Horicon Marsh Education Center in Horicon starting at 6:30pm; doors open at 5:45pm. There is no cost to attend and the event is open to the public.
For more information about the Rock River Archaeological Society or the Archaeology Road Show, can reach out to Julie Flemming at 920-928-6094.
Pictured: Fred Mattheis of Rosendale, Wisconsin who is holding a mystery tool. At a past Road Show the tool was identified with everyone in attendance learning of its history and how it was used.