If you have some fossils or bones or arrowheads you found back in the day, then this is your weekend.
The Archeological Society of Alberta is returning to the Museum of the Highwood.
Curator Irene Kerr is excited they're coming back after being absent for the last number of years.
"We have some archeologists from the Royal Alberta Museum and a paleontologist so if you have dinosaur bones sitting around your house. If you bring it in, they'll help you identify what it is."
Kerr also says this isn't like a 'Canadian Pickers' event and they won't be placing a value on your finds, they're here just to identify what you have.
The two-day event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.
While the event is free, a donation to the museum would be appreciated.
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