Indian artifacts show presented at Civic Center
The second annual Indian artifacts show will be held at the Demopolis Civic Center on Saturday, May 16, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The public is invited, and admission is free. The show will feature some of the finest prehistoric native American artifacts collected in the Southeast.
Organizers said there were 53 tables sold for the show, with people coming from Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia and Alabama to present their Native American artifacts and relics.
Among the artifacts are items from prehistoric times as well as those Native American history.
J.C.’s Bar-B-Q will provide the lunch plates.
People are invited to bring their relics for identification (no modern reproductions, please).
For more information, contact Daryl White at (334) 216-0578.
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