Silver River Knap-In and Stone Age Art Festival is an annual festival held in Silver River State Park. Over a single weekend, it attracts flint knappers, archaeologists and many other specialists and amateurs of prehistoric arts and techniques. Many of the participants display their skills and handiwork.

On February 18th, 2017, an Environmental Archaeology Program team took part in this event and showed the visitors many of the uses prehistoric people made of animals byproducts such as bone and shell. Visitors were encouraged to sort remains from a Florida archaeological site to learn about environmental archaeology research.