Family-friendly, hands-on activities related to archaeology, prehistoric technology, Mississippian Indian culture, health and fitness activities, forestry resources and park history will be presented. Try your skills with Native American tools, bows and arrows, flintknapping, spears and atlatls. Make your own pottery, necklaces and corn shuck dolls at the crafts table. Play Native American games and listen to Storytelling. Discover the process of archaeology at the education station. Try grinding corn with stone tools at the Mississippian foods display. Take a hike with a Kentucky Forest Ranger along the Woods Walk trail. Ballard County Cooperative Extension’s COMPASS Coalition will have a Healthy Snacks Exhibit.