Underground Railroad History Project heard a lecture from Ron Greene and participated in a dig at the Thomas Elkins property.
In the Museum-wide event, the Royal Ontario Museum presented a lecture and multiple workshops for it’s participants.
The University of Guyana’s interactive activities, demonstrations and dissemination of informative information to the University campus community which brought lots of favorable response from faculty and students.
The AIA-Stanford Society and the Stanford Persian Student Association premiered the documentary and book release, “5000 Years of Iranian Engineering”.
Museum of Central Bohemia in Roztoky organized an Early Bronze Age hoard together with the lectures on Bronze Age and conservation techniques.
On International Archaeology Day, the Museum of Peja- Kosovo, collaborated with the Art School in Peja for a path of cultural heritage.
International Archaeology Day at Oneida Community Mansion House included a walking tour of the structures and landscape that comprised the 19th century community.
International Archaeology Day in Ottawa included an Archaeology Fair for school age children, reflections from field school, and a lecture by Professor Thomas Chondros.
The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University celebrated its 150th anniversary and International Archaeology Day.
On the International Archaeology Day the Let us Save What Remains group hosted a trip to the remains of Khenis, complete with a barbecue and Q & A.