|May 14||10:00 AM||Archaeology and Artifact ID Day||Get Details|
|May 28||10:00 AM||Etowah's "Hidden Gems" Hike||Get Details|
|Jun 4||Etowah Nature Hike - National Trails Day||Get Details|
|Jun 18||10:00 AM||Day of Discovery and Scavenger Hunt Challenge||Get Details|
|Jun 25||10:00 AM||Etowah's "Hidden Gems" Hike||Get Details|
|Jul 9||10:00 AM||Etowah Games Day||Get Details|
|Jul 9||1:30 PM||Launch the AmeriCorps Dugout Canoe||Get Details|
|Jul 23||10:00 AM||Etowah's "Hidden Gems" Hike||Get Details|
|Aug 6||9:30 AM||Summer's For The Birds||Get Details|
Home to several thousand Native Americans between 1000 A.D. to 1550 A.D., this 54-acre site contains six earthen mounds, a plaza, village area, borrow pits and defensive ditch. This is the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeastern United States. Near/At: located 5 miles southwest of I-75 exit 288.
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