Thanks to Compass Community Credit Union, The Clarke Museum is offering a FREE admission week from April 15 to April 22!
Kicking off the week of events on April 15 at 1 pm is a reading of The Extraordinary Voyage of Kamome: A Tsunami Boat Come Home by Lori Dengler and Amya Miller. Lori Dengler will be reading the book and signing copies following the reading.
On Saturday April 21, we will be hosting a pioneer themed Living History Day in Clarke Plaza and in the museum from 12 noon to 3 pm. We have a number of great presenters and demonstrators signed up to present skills from flintknapping to weaving and gold panning. Activities are free to participate in.
Also on Saturday, April 21 from 1-2 pm, tracker Phil Johnson will be giving a presentation on animal tracking titled "Wildlife Tracking: Reading Nature's Language and Finding Animals":
This FREE talk will discuss both the historical and modern applications of wildlife tracking, from early hominid evolution to contemporary wildlife conservation and research. Examples from around the world will be discussed, with a special emphasis on the Klamath Region where Phil studies Mountain Lions and Fishers.