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Prehistoric Cave Art of Spain & France

Investigate southwestern Europe’s most extraordinary prehistoric caves with Prehistory expert Paul Bahn, including Lascaux IV, a new, exact reproduction of one of the most remarkable prehistoric sites ever discovered; Altamira II, a precise replica of the original that is often called the “Sistine Chapel of Prehistoric Art”; Atapuerca, the most significant early human site in […]

Trivia at Fighting Hand Brewing Co.

Fighting Hand Brewing Company 1600 Military Hwy, Pineville, LA

Thursdays, 7-9pm $ = Free 21 and over only Fighting Hand Brewing Co. has weekly trivia every Thursday, but you can join every week in October for a special round of Louisiana Archaeology questions! Teams limited to 6 members. For more information, visit

Denton Dig It! Archeology Fair

Denton County Historical Park 317 W Mulberry Street, Denton, TX

To kick off Texas Archeology Month, join the Denton County Historical Commission for the Denton Dig It! Archaeology Fair at the Denton County Historical Park in Denton, Texas on Saturday October 1 from 9 AM to 1 PM. Visit the Fair’s activities located between the Taylor Log Cabin and the Denton County African American Museum […]

Spokane Archaeology Day

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture 2316 West 1st Avenue, Spokane, WA

The Association for Washington Archaeology (AWA) East Group announces that we are resuming Spokane Archaeology Day in 2022 on the beautiful grounds of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture! As in previous years (2018-2019), we have many activities already planned, including: an atlatl toss, flintknapping, historic and precontact material analysis and site interpretation, ethnobotany […]

Ohio Archaeology Day – 2022

Ohio History Connection 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus, OH

Join us for a special day exploring Ohio archaeology! - Bring your artifacts for identification - Meet professional archaeologists from all over Ohio - Work clay to make a pot - Use an altatl - See flint knappers in action - Get your hands dirty on a 'dig' - Tour our new exhibit 'Indigenous Wonders […]

Treasure Stones at Terrebonne Parish Library

Terrebonne Parish Library - Main Branch 151 Library Dr., Houma, LA

Saturday, October 1, 11am-12pm Tuesday, October 4, 6-7pm Wednesday, October 5th, 10-11am $ = Free, Registration Required Ages 6-15 Treasure Stones: Unearth Louisiana's past at the Terrebonne Parish Main Library. Hidden in the treasure stones, you will find replicas of artifacts from Watson Brake, Poverty Point, Markville, and Melrose Plantation. Each attendee will have a […]

Destruction 160 Years Later: How Buried Cannon Balls Can Still Explode

Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site 135 Riverfront St, Pineville, LA

Saturday, October 1, 3-4pm $ = $4 per person between ages 4 and 61 Family Friendly Destruction 160 Years Later: How Buried Cannon Balls Can Still Explode at Forts Randolph and Buhlow State Historic Site. A talk on the dangers of unstable ordnance beneath the ground.

#ArchAtcha at Bayou Teche Brewing

Bayou Teche Brewing 1002 Noth Lane, Arnaudville, Louisiana

Saturday, October 1, 3-6pm $ = Free Family friendly The Division of Archaeology and the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area will be at Bayou Teche Brewing from 3-6pm to promote and discuss Atchafalaya Month and Archaeology Month! Stop by for a special surprise to celebrate Atchafalaya Month! #LouisianaArchaeology #CominAtcha #ArchAtcha