Indian Artifact Show set Saturday

Arrowheads and artifacts made by Indians will be on display during this Saturday’s Hill Country Indian Artifact Show in Fredericksburg.

Also to be featured at the one-day show from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Pioneer Pavilion inside Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park are jewelry, pottery and other Indian-related items.

Collectors will be bringing their displays of Native American artifacts from Texas and elsewhere in the United States to share with visitors in a show comprised of as many as 70 tables.

Fossils, some of them dating as far back as 10,000 B.C., will also be on display.

Admission to the show will be $6 for adults, while children aged 14 years and younger will be admitted free.

Door prizes will be given away and refreshments of food, including breakfast and then a barbecue lunch, will also be available for purchase on site.

Those attending the show will have the opportunity to advance purchase a copy of the “The Finest Artifacts of Prehistoric Texas, which is being compiled by Winston Ellison and Dwain Rogers.

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