Centuries Along the St Johns

Celebrating Florida Archaeology Month on St Patrick's Day

Saturday, March 17th 10am

Opening remarks by Putnam County Commissioner

Bill Pickens, District 1

Tentative Schedule:

10am  The Art of Metal Blades-Then & Now- Steve Schwarzer, Mastersmith

Steveshwarzer.com

11am  The Civil War Along the St Johns River-Keith W. Kohl, author & living historian in encampment setting

Noon  The Irish Diaspora in Florida-Sarah Miller, Florida Public Archaeology Network

1pm  Women of the War between the States-United Daughters of the Confederacy, Ancient City Chapter

2pm Guided hike and historical tabby site tour-life in Nashua, Fl-Emma Moody

Coquina-Florida's Pet Rock-Emily Jane, Florida Public Archaeology Network

*****GUIDED HIKE AND HISTORICAL SITE TOUR IS A PRIMITIVE HIKE.  IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THOSE WALKING THIS TOUR WEAR CLOSED-TOE SHOES.  LIMITED GOLF CART SEATS AVAILABLE FOR THOSE IN NEED OF MOBILITY ASSISTANCE *********

Wine, beer, Irish food & fun!

Activities for the kids

Re-enactors of the 19th Century

We recommend you reserve your corned beef & cabbage meal in advance.

Reserved meals (paid prior to March 17th) $8/person.  Includes corned beef & cabbage, Irish soda bread and non-alcoholic beverage. 

Day of event, corned beef & cabbage meals $10/person.

Hamburgers, hot dogs and snacks will also be available.

Bring a lawn chair!

No outside coolers or alcoholic beverages permitted

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