1828 Old Naperville Rd, Naperville, IL
Science Sunday will take a look at how Stone Age people were able to successfully domesticate plants. This major advancement in scientific understanding created new possibilities for early humans to give up their hunting gathering ways and pursue agricultural means to feed and clothe themselves. Domestication of animals is talked about and studied, but by what means were our early ancestors able to increase harvests, multiply the caloric content of their early foods, and build stronger societies? Why did people in some areas of the world successfully transition to agricultural based societies while other peoples stayed as hunter-gatherers? Come join us for a fascinating exploration!
*Overflow parking available at 1804 N Naper Blvd on Sundays only. They also have another lot across Diehl Rd. Please do not park on the street (Old Naperville Rd.)