Traveling Museum of Oregon Prehistory Joins as Collaborating Organization
August 2, 2012
On October 5, Oregon school children and adults visiting Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne, Oregon, will learn about over 14,000 years of Oregon prehistory through the Traveling Museum of Oregon Prehistory. Visitors will learn about hunting, fishing, domestic life, and the different ecological zones and cultures across Oregon through 100 square feet of sample replicas and reproduction exhibits.
Volunteers are needed to monitor the translations of the International Archaeology Day webpage.
After two years of great success, National Archaeology Day will change to International Archaeology Day for 2013.
The Friends of the Office of State Archaeology in Connecticut acted as a participating partner in National Archaeology Day by sponsoring an Archaeology Fair.