International Archaeology Day Blog
As part of National Archaeology Day, Manatee Mineral Springs is hosting a community event to celebrate the original village of Manatee, and the site’s archaeological and historical heritage.
The Kansas Anthropological Association is hosting its Fall Fling, an annual collections and cataloging event, on October 20th in celebration of National Archaeology Day.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park of Saskatchewan, Canada is set to host a number of events on October 20th in honor of National Archaeology Day.
To celebrate National Archaeology Day, the Eta Sigma Phi of Creighton University is working in conjunction with the AIA Omaha-Lincoln Chapter to host a whole week of events.
Southeast Regional Director for the Archaeological Conservancy Jessica Flemming-Crawford will be a guest speaker at the Winterville Mounds.
The Bayon Information Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia has joined as a new Collaborating Organization for International Archaeology Day 2013.
The Legacy: Hands on the Past, Center for Archaeological Research at The University of Texas at San Antonio and Frank H. McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee Knoxville have returned for International Archaeology Day 2013.
This week, the AIA has paired with two new organizations to promote International Archaeology Day 2013.