We have an outstanding speaker lined up for our next general meeting: Mark Hylkema, an archaeologist with the Santa Cruz District of California State Parks, and an expert on one of the earliest settlers in the Bay Area, the Ohlone Indians.
Mark has more than 33 years experience in the study and teaching of California archaeology and Native American culture. He has directed excavations throughout the greater San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas and teaches Anthropology at Foothill College.
Mark is also the third of four generations of Sunnyvale residents and knows the local pre- history and early colonial history very well. So come prepared to learn a great deal from Mark and share in his varied excavation, research and teaching histories of not only Sunnyvale but the entire San Francisco Bay Area.
The meeting will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, February 10 upstairs in the museum. Mark has a plethora of interesting material to cover ending with a Q&A session. This will more than likely be a standing room only presentation so come early and enjoy.