When and why did Native Americans come into the area that is now Codorus State Park? What did they find? What did they do?

Find out during Indians of Codorus, a program for 10- to 12-year-olds that offers information about the Susquehannock and Piscataway Indians, crafts, games, the gathering of wild edibles and food tasting from the table of the time period when the two tribes shared this land.

Codorus State Park will offer the DiscoverE program, 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 6-8. The cost is $10 each and includes all activities.

To register, call the park office at (717) 637-2816 or email Wendy Looker, environmental education specialist, at wlooker@pa.gov.