I Think I Found a Mound While I Was Walking Around Downtown: The Legacy of Ohio's Ancient Mounds and Earthworks in the 21st Century
The land we now call Ohio was once home to thousands of ancient burial mounds and spectacular earthworks. Most were built in Ohio's Early and Middle Woodland Archaeological Periods or from about 500 BC to AD 500. It's a fact that significant portions of our ancient past still exists pretty much right under the noses of a general public that is often amazed to find that it's often no further than their own back yards. Ohio's rich mound building legacy still has great stories to tell if one just takes the time to listen.
Bill Pickard is a 1995 graduate of The Ohio State University with degrees in Anthropology and Art History and has worked in the Collections/Curatorial Division of the Ohio Historical Society since 1999. He has been involved in archaeology as a second career for nearly 30 years and has done extensive fieldwork on a wide variety of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.
Seating on a first come basis. Ages 13 and above.
The Franklin-Springboro Public Library will hold its annual book sale at the Franklin Library. Buy a bag at the door, and fill it for one low price. On Sunday, $3 for reusable library totes and $1 for paper bags.
Let's sign along to some holiday music.
All ages and families are welcome. Registration is required and you can sign up at either library.
You and your family will be taught how to use some American Sign Language (ASL). Sign along to some of your favorite classic Christmas music.