Want to hear about the archaeological findings on our Farm?
We invite you to join us as we welcome Chief G. Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock Tribe and Julia A. King of St. Mary’s College of Maryland for a story you won’t want to miss.
This presentation will discuss some of the exciting findings archaeologists and members of the Rappahannock Indian Tribe have made here at the Westmoreland Berry Farm and other nearby properties using the methods of archaeology, tribal oral histories, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The Rappahannock Indians have been here for thousands of years and are still here. Feel free to bring your own artifacts for identification!
SEATING IS LIMITED. Light refreshments will be served during the meet and greet period. To attend, please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program will begin at 6:00 PM and will offer the opportunity for you to meet both Chief G. Anne Richardson and Julia A. King of St. Mary’s College of Maryland.