Discover Maryland’s First Families
Celebrate Maryland’s first families on Woodland Indian Discovery Day, Saturday, Sept. 8 at Historic St. Mary’s City. Children of all ages are invited to try archery, cordage, flint knapping, and other skills practiced by the native Yaocomaco people.
Experience traditional dancing with the Tayac Territory Dancers. Discover how the Woodland Indians made stone tools, cured animal hides for clothing, started fires without matches, and cooked over an open fire. Event hours are 11a.m. until 4 p.m. Special activities are included in general admission to the museum: $10.00 adult, $9 seniors, $6 children age 6-12, and free for members and those 5 years and younger.