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 AIA-Riverside Society & Riverside County Parks celebrated IAD with 28 exhibitors from academic, government, and private organizations.
The AIA-Spokane Society brought Roman reenactors to Spokane as part of the “Roman Myth and Mythmaking” exhibition.
AIA-Orange County Society, American Research Center in Egypt-Orange County Chapter, and the Bowers Museum collaborated for an International Archaeology Day event.
An AIA Society Outreach Grant funded the Society’s initiative to bring archaeology to the classrooms of ten San Antonio area Title I schools.
Six societies were awarded Society Outreach Grants in the Spring of 2016.
The AIA-Rockford Society celebrated their 300th lecture on April 19.
Four societies received grants in the fall funding cycle.
The AIA-Tucson Society hosted a colloquium featuring lectures, demonstrations of wheel-throwing, and displays of Mediterranean ceramics.
The Mission Santa Cruz de Guadalquini came alive after more than 300 years, when the AIA-Jacksonville Society public field school began its operation on June 15.