The AIA’s Dayton Society hosted the 2nd National Archaeology Day at SunWatch Indian Village and Archaeological Park on October 20.
The AIA-New York Society organized a grad/post grad symposium, “Next Generation Speaks Up,” as its National Archaeology Day event.
On October 20th, the University Of Colorado Museum Of Natural History teamed up with AIA Societies in Boulder and Denver, as well as the University of Colorado Departments of Classics and Anthropology to host an Archaeology Fair.
AIA-Southwest Texas Archaeological Society celebrated National Archaeology Day at historical Mission Concepcion, San Antonio Missions.
The AIA-Central Missouri Society collaborated with the Museum of Art and Archaeology and the department of Art History and Archaeology at the University of Missouri in Columbia to celebrate the second National Archaeology Day with a lecture by James R. Wiseman.
The Central Arizona Society of the AIA partnered with Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix, AZ for National Archaeology Day, and dozens of individuals became mudslingers for the day.
As a recipient of the Society Outreach Grant, the AIA Central Carolinas Society hosted an event titled “Parilia: Celebrating Rome’s Birthday” on Saturday, April 21st, 2012.The event was based on Parilia, a festival celebrating the founding of Rome and agriculture.
The University of Cincinnati’s Department of Classics in conjunction with the AIA-Cincinnati Society has launched UC Classics Ancient World Podcasts, produced by the faculty and graduate students from the University of Cincinnati.
Over 1,000 visitors came to Cahokia Mounds museum to participate in hands-on learning, plus attend two lectures given by local experts.
Join the Pueblo Grande Museum on October 20, 2012 in celebrating the 2nd Annual National Archaeology Day.