Metal Detecting

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Event Category: Special Adult Program

Target Audience: All ages welcome

Introduction to Metal Detecting with Keith Tabor.  Learn about the science and hobby of metal detecting, followed by a hands-on experience. Metal detecting allows you to become a scientist in the field as you hunt for coins or artifacts. A fun activity for all ages! Pre-registration preferred, but not required to attend this program.

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