CRAWFORD, Neb. -

People from across the region will be convening at a popular panhandle tourist attraction this Labor Day weekend.

At this year's Hudson Meng annual Knapp In, a number of professional paleoartisans will performing demonstrations and teaching visitors about the art of flint knapping.

The ancient process is used to create sharp objects like arrow heads and other projectile points.

In addition to the hands on demonstrations, visitors can bring in their own artifacts to get checked out.

"We're hosting our last Artifacts Road Show for the season," explains Ranger Kathleen Hanson, "And we recommend you come.... and we'll help identify those for you and tell you a little bit of what you have in your own backyard."

Hudson Meng is located 20 miles northwest of Crawford, and the events will be ongoing this entire Labor Day weekend.