Coal" Exhibit opens May 18
Grand Opening Event May 18 from
11:00 am to 3:00 pm
exciting display for this year will be "Clovis to Coal".
This is an 11,000 year community identity project that
will be constructed in the Rock Room from panels
depiction an in-depth history of the Musselshell Valley.
The project is designed and implemented by Dr. Larry
Lahren, archaeologist and owner of Anthro Research in
Livingston, MT. and his staff. The exhibit will
include replicas of stone tools, bow and arrows, created
by master craftsman Bill McConnell, founder of the Past
Skills Wilderness and Tracking School in Bozeman.
The grand opening is Saturday, May 18th. Several
demonstrations are being coordinated for this day along
with a chuck wagon lunch.
project has been made possible by contributions from
individual donors, the Musselshell Valley Community
Foundation, the local school system, and a private
"Clovis to Coal" Brochure