Cape Cod Museum of Natural History presents a new course with Fred Dunford, Resident Archaeologist

CCMNH presents Time, Tide and Tradition: 10,000 Years of History in the Stony Brook Valley of Brewster with Fred Dunford

New course begins February 14

BREWSTER - The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History (CCMNH) in Brewster is presenting a new course with Fred Dunford, Resident Archaeologist entitled  Time, Tide and Tradition: 10,000 Years of History in the Stony Brook Valley of Brewster

The course will take place every Thursday from February 14 through March 20 from 9:30am-11am at the Museum.  The cost is $60/Non-Member and $50/Member.  Individual sessions are $11/Non-Member and $9/Member.

Since its icy beginning at the end of the last ice age to the present day, the Stony Brook Valley of Brewster has been home to a myriad of diverse human communities, whose rich histories are told in ancient artifacts, musty documents, and curious place names.

This class will consider the stories of all of those people who called Stony Brook Valley home--from the time of the earliest prehistoric hunters and fishermen through the early 1950s when a diverse group of artists, writers and traditional Cape Codders came together to form the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History.

Dr. Fred Dunford, who last spring presented the very popular course Just Beneath Our Feet: The Archaeology of Cape Cod, now takes you on a memorable historical journey through this area of Cape Cod.

Visit the CCMNH website here or call 508-896-3867. The museum is located at 869 Main Street (Route 6A) in Brewster. 

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