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Castles in Communities: A discussion of how communities interact with castles and archaeologists

Virtual Zoom CA, United States

This event focuses on the work of the Castles in Communities program of study in Ballintober, Co. Roscommon, Ireland. Zoom participants are all members of the project or people who are interested in the project from Ireland to New York to California. We cover 8 time zones. We will spend the hour answering questions, sharing […]

Digging the Past Archaeology Day

Campus Martius Museum 601 2nd Street, Marietta, OH, United States

October is Archaeology Month in Ohio and we plan to celebrate! Not only will we be exploring archaeology, but we will also be looking at different aspects of geology and changes to the earth due to erosion, sedimentation, and deposition. This program is great for any student or adult interested in Archaeology! Campus Martius will […]

American Indian Festival

Patuxent River Park 16000 Croom Airport Rd, Upper Marlboro, MD, United States

Join state and local archaeologists at the 13th annual American Indian Festival at Patuxent River Park. Discover the rich and diverse culture of Native American Indians through dancing, crafts, storytelling, and hands-on archaeological activities like flint knapping, pinch pot making, and artifact identification.


Michael C. Carlos Museum 571 South Kilgo Cir NE, Atlanta, GA, United States

Archeology-centered festival organized by the Ancient Mediterranean Studies program at Emory University. The festival will include talks by Emory faculty on topics related to Mediterranean archeology as well as a keynote speech by Dr. Steven Sidebotham from the University of Delaware. Lunch and interactive activities will also be included.

Archaeology Fair

Marquette Regional History Center 145 W Spring Street, Marquette, MI, United States

Saturday October 16, 2021 11:00 - 3:00 pm at the Marquette Regional History Center (MRHC) International Archaeology Day is celebrated world wide on this day. Spend a fun afternoon learning about local and global archaeology through activities, demonstrations, artifacts and displays at a wide variety of interactive booths throughout the museum. We are thrilled to […]

Ancient Houston

Tony Marron Park 808 N York St, Houston, TX, United States

Does Houston have ancient history? You bet! Discover what life was like along the bayous of the Gulf Coast area of Texas, long before Houston became a major city. This free hands-on event for children takes place at KBR Kids Day from 10 am - 4 pm at Tony Marron Park, 808 N. York St., […]

International Archaeology Day at the Burke Museum

Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture (outside the front of the building by the parking lot)) 4300 15th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA, United States

International Archaeology Day will be a free public event, hosted by the Burke Museum, the Archaeological Institute of America Puget Sound Chapter, the Department of Classics and Anthropology at the University of Washington, Seattle University, and The Evergreen State College. Please join us for an afternoon of fun activities, including information on local and global […]

Amazing Archaeology Fair at Harvard

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA, United States

Experience an epic day of archaeological events with the family! Activities are scattered across two museums — the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East — so explore Native North American, Central American, Egyptian, Mesopotamian and Mediterranean archaeology. Throw a spear with a spear thrower. Talk to […]

Sifting Through Time Archaeology Expo! – NHAS Archeology Month

Manchester Community College - Student Union 1066 Front St, Manchester, NH, United States

There will be demonstrations of flint knapping (making of stone tools), basketry, and geophysical prospection. Also, displays of stone tools, pottery and ancient hunting implements, and a discussion of maps in archeology. Stop by and try making a stone blade, or see if you could hunt a Mastodon! At the Manchester Community College Student Union […]