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September Dinner details
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Old Pecos Trail Cafe
     2239 Old Pecos Trail

Dinner:                      5:30 PM

Our September Meeting is
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Old Pecos Trail Cafe

Meeting:                   7:00 PM
Lecture:                    7:15 PM

Local Speaker: Patricia Crown
Subject:
“Dead Parrots and Hot Chocolate”

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Our monthly meetings are normally on the Third Tuesday of:
September, October, November
January, February, March & April
at the Pecos Trail Cafe
 Santa Fe
(505) 982-1943

Dinner

5:30 PM

Meeting

7:10 PM

Lecture

7:15 PM

Our annual meeting is held on the Third Sunday in May
 

 

September 18, 2018
          Local Speaker

Patricia Crown

Dead Parrots and Hot Chocolate

October 13, 2018

Fall Brown Bag

San Miguel, Custom House ruin / Pecos River Crossing

October 26, 2018
          AIA Speaker

Turi King

King Richard III: The Resolution of a 500-year Old Case

October 21, 2018

 

International Archaeology Day

November 13, 2018
           Local Speaker

TBD

Archaeology Southwest: Hohokam Culture

January 15, 2019
          Local Speaker

Jeremy Moss

AInvestigating the Use of Rare Lithic Materials at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico

Ferbuary 19, 2019
          Local Speaker

Ann Ramenofsky\
Karl Schleher

San Marcos Pueblo: Archaeology and History

March 15-17, 2019r

Annual Field Trip

Tucson Area / Hohokam Culture / Heard Museum / Dr. Paul Fish/Al Dart: Old Pueblo Archaeology

March 19, 2019
          AIA Speaker

Bettina Arnold

Keltenbrau: Power Drinking in the Iron Age

April 16, 2019
         Loca Speaker

Elijah Naranjo Smith

Santa Clara, Puye

May 18, 2019

Spring Brown Bag

Puye Cliffs visit with guide

May 26, 2019

Annual Meeting

Home of Sandy Kiger, 788 Coyote Ridge, Santa Fe - Bring a chair

September 17, 2019

First Dinner Meeting of new season

Speaker to be determined

Lecturers sent by AIA include speakers whose topics cover discoveries worldwide. Other lectures are presented by our local experts who are skilled in their field of archaeology, particularly focusing on the Southwest.  The Society is honored to have Steve Post as its archaeologist and advisory member.

Updated September 16, 2018

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