2nd Annual Archaeology Fair
Sponsored by AIA Local Society, Riverside and Inland Southern California and Statistical Research, Inc.
Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

Statistical Research, Inc.
21 W. Stuart Ave.
Redlands, CA 92374
United States

In cooperation with Statistical Research, Inc., the AIA Local Society is pleased to announce its second annual Archaeology Fair, which will take place on Saturday, October 18, 10am-2pm, at the offices of Statistical Research, Inc., at 21 W. Stuart Ave., Redlands, CA.


Participants will illustrate the past, present, and future of archaeology, with emphasis on current projects conducted by professionals and scholars in the inland region, including: Department of Anthropology, Cal Poly-Pomona; Department of Anthropology, University of Redlands; Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, CSU-San Bernardino; Statistical Research, Inc.; Past to Present Programs & Trading Post, LLC; Yucaipa Valley Forge; Heritage Education Programs; Antiquities Illuminating the Past; ECORP;  The Chambers Group, Calico Archaeology Site; AIA Local Society - Riverside and Inland Southern California; and the Center for Near Eastern Archaeology, La Sierra University. The event is family friendly, free of charge, and open to the public; all ages welcome.


There will hands on activities will including making and writing on ancient Roman style tablets, identifying late 19th and early 20th century artifacts, and make ancient style clay pots. There will be also demonstrations of stone tool making and blacksmithing.  In additions there will be talks on: “Archaeology along Hadrian’s Wall”, by Floyd K. Ferguson; “Cultural Resource Management and the Energy Industry: Challenges of a Green (and not so Green) Energy Boom”by Donn Grenda; and Calico Archaeology Site. Boy Scouts will be able to work on their Archaeology Merit Badge at the event.


For more information about the event, visit the AIA Local Society website (http://aiariverside.ucr.edu) or facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/aiariverside), or contact AIA Local Society organizers: Denver Graninger, Assistant Professor of History, UCR (denver.graninger@ucr.edu) and Craig Lesh, Heritage Education Programs, CEO (crlesh@heritageedu.com).


Contact Information
Denver Graninger


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