The Kansas Anthropological Association and Kansas Historical Society celebrated International Archaeology Day with a three-day field event at the Kaw Indian Mission State Historic Site.
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.
The Matecumbe Historical Trust gave a presentation on Florida Keys archaeology and history by the late archaeologist and historian Irving R. Eyster.
On October 15 of this year, International Archaeology Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in Nivín, Peru
The Museum of Ontario Archaeology worked closely with the City of London, Archaeological Services Inc. and the London Ontario Archaeology Society to engage and teach the community about local archaeology.
American Research Center in Egypt, Northern California Chapter hosted speaker Dr. David Anderson of the University of Wisconsin who discussed his excavations at the site of el-Mahâsna, North of Abydos Egypt.
The Florida Public Archaeology Network, East Central Region held an event on International Archaeology Day to aid in documenting unprovenanced artifacts from around Lake Apopka in Central Florida.
In celebration of International Archaeology Day the Jones County Conservation Department staff highlighted local history on their annual fall colors outing, paddling 10 miles of the Maquoketa River.
The Azaad Graphic Institute held Archaeology for Kids workshop on International Archaeology Day for 8-10 year old children.
For IAD, Archaeology Southwest shared the stories of nine of their staff members, detailing “a day in the life” of an archaeologist.