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‘Bones, Bullets & Blades’ opens in La Vernia

 

La Vernia’s prehistoric and Native American past will be revealed at the La Vernia Heritage Museum when their new exhibit, “Bones, Bullets and Blades,” opens on Saturday, Jan. 11.

“Bones, Bullets and Blades” is a collection of remarkable artifacts from as far back as six million years ago, with every item in the collection being found in La Vernia. On loan from a private collection, the exclusive exhibit will be open for nine days only. Items on display include Indian jewelry, bone-crushing tools, fossilized teeth from extinct animals, and military battle equipment for hand-to-hand combat.

“Every item in this exhibit has taught me something new about La Vernia’s very distant past,” said Elaine Stephens, president of the La Vernia Historical Association.

“We are very proud to have this opportunity to share such a remarkable private collection,” said Museum Director Susan Richter.

The exhibit will be open Jan. 11-19, from noon to 3 p.m., and Friday, Jan. 17, from noon to 7 p.m. Admission is free; however, donations are always appreciated. Group tours are available by calling 210-392-3281. The museum is operated by the La Vernia Historical Association.

For more information, visit www.LaVernia History.com.

 
 
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