In conjunction with the Fairfield Foundation, the Mathews Historical Museum will host “What’s It Night” on Wednesday, Aug. 23, starting at 6 p.m. at the museum, 200 Main Street.
The public is invited to bring artifacts and found items into the museum, where experts from the Fairfield Foundation will offer their opinions as to the genesis of these objects, a release said. No appraisals will be provided.
“We can handle whatever is placed in front of us to make this a very interesting and rewarding night at the museum,” said Tom Karow, who serves both on the board of the museum as well as on the Fairfield Foundation’s board.
“We will have archaeologists available to identify artifacts or other items that are mysteries to people. We can identify and provide approximate dates of arrowheads, projectile points, Indian pottery, and cultural items including pottery, textiles, silver pieces, and antique porcelain,” he said. “If you have found something in your yard or on the beach and ...
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