For nearly two decades a team of archaeologists and volunteers have been excavating a site along the Great Pee Dee River near Darlington, SC, discovering pottery shards, points, and hundreds of thousands of artifacts from the Ice Age to modern times. The Johannes Kolb Archaeology Site, named for the German immigrant who settled the area in the 18th century, and the work being done at the site are highlighted in William Judge’s documentary, Square Holes. On Nov. 12th, USC Lancaster, as part of its Native American Heritage Month events, will offer a free screening of the award-winning documentary. At 6:00 pm in the Bundy Auditorium in the Bradley Building on the USC Lancaster campus at 476 Hubbard Drive. The screening will be followed by a Q & A with the documentary’s writer/director and one of the site’s lead archaeologists USCL faculty member Chris Judge.