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International Archaeology Day at the MPC!

BYU's Museum of Peoples and Cultures 2201 N Canyon Rd., Provo, UT

Celebrate International Archaeology Day at BYU's Museum of Peoples and Cultures! Anyone who comes into the museum today will receive an archaeological treat.

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Celebrating Belizean Archaeology

The Belize Institute of Archaeology celebrates International Archaeology Day hosting multiple trivia Fridays (October 8, 15, and 22) on social media (IA Facebook page) whereby trivia pertaining to Belizean archaeology […]

Heritage Hikes: Oak Tree Nature Park

Oak Tree Nature Park 707 E Hollywood Blvd., Mary Esther, FL

Join the Florida Public Archaeology Network on this hour-long stroll down trails in Oak Tree Nature Park to celebrate International Archaeology Day! This tour will highlight local archaeological resources, focusing […]

Uncovering History/Making History

Rivers Green Solar Pavilion 63 1/2 Coming Street, CHARLESTON, SC

The College of Charleston campus community is invited to attend an unveiling for a new solar shade pavilion near Rivers Green and to commemorate the Indigenous and enslaved people who […]

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Berry site “Dig Day”

Berry site Henderson Mill Road, Morganton, NC

Volunteers are invited to join in the excavation of the Berry site, located outside of Morganton, North Carolina. Berry is the location of the Native town of Joara and the […]

Terrace Utah, Population 0

online London, London, Uk, London, Uk

Join us for this live, interactive presentation on Zoom! Hustling and bustling to starkly quiet, the life of one of Utah's largest railroad towns of the 1870s-1890s remains part of […]

International Archaeology Day

The Rooms St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Join the Newfoundland and Labrador Archaeological Society at The Rooms Provincial Museum for family fun activities as we celebrate International Archaeology Day. Come and learn tips and tricks on how […]

Virtual IAD Celebration

A virtual celebration of the Museum of Anthropology's archaeological collections and the history of MU's involvement in the archaeology of Missouri.