Annual Native American Indian Artifact Show

The Badger State Archaeological Society will hold its 43rd Annual Native American Indian Artifact Show on Sunday, October 23rd. The event will be held at the Rehmstedt Gym in the Monticello School, 334 S. Main Street, Monticello, WI, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Cost of admission is $2.00 for 14 years and older.
The show was started by Ralph Hammerly, Paul Severson and James Beer, with only five tables in Monroe. The show has grown to over 80 tables of artifacts on display or for sale, including points, stone, bone, copper artifacts, prints, books, pottery, jewelry, rugs and a whole lot more. The show itself is a history lesson.
There will be experts on hand to identify your artifacts.
This year the 4th grade students at the Monticello Schools will be making Indian villages. They will be made out of all natural materials.
The Boy Scout Troop #106 will have a lunch stand.
There will be awards for Best of Show, Best Personal Find, Judge’s Choice, and Best Educational Display.
For more information contact Steve or Janet Gobeli at (608) 329-4781.