Before the invention of plastics or the mass production of light, metal containers, natural materials were used to create containers to store and transport food and other goods, and Native Americans and early settlers often used the bark from the birch tree to accomplish this.
Join us at this hands-on workshop as we learn about the materials used to make different containers and how they were made, and then try your hand at making your own birch bark container.
All materials will be provided. Free program. Program will be held in the classroom of the Tiadaghton Resource Management Center (10 Lower Pine Bottom Road, Waterville, PA 17776).
Space limited. Please register by clicking the green "Register" button to the right or by contacting Vinny Curtis at email@example.com or (570) 753-5409 x 132.
Friday, November 13, 2020 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Tiadaghton State Forest
10 Lower Pine Bottom Rd, Waterville, PA 17776