Mike Evans of the Arkansas Archeological Survey discusses flint knapping techniques during Archeology Day 2016.
Mike Evans of the Arkansas Archeological Survey discusses flint knapping techniques during Archeology Day 2016.

CALL FOR PROGRAMS

Arkansas Archeology Month 2017 will be held in March with a variety of programs, exhibits, hands-on activities, and tours at parks, museums, universities, libraries, and elsewhere. Archeology Month is an annual celebration commemorating Arkansas's cultural heritage as revealed through the archeology of both prehistoric and historic eras. Please join this fun and educational event by submitting a program for Archeology Month.
Once again, the theme will be Celebrate Archeology! Programs can be on any aspect of prehistoric or historic archeology, early Arkansas History, or Arkansas's Native Americans. Ideas from past years include illustrated talks, artifact exhibits, book displays, craft demonstrations, open houses, and guided tours.
Send us a Program Submission Form (Adobe Reader) or simply email your program to mxj02@uark.edu using the form as a guide for the required information.
The deadline to get your event listed in the printed Events Brochure will be Wednesday, January 18. Submissions received after this date will be placed on the Events List on the Arkansas Archeological Survey web site.
Program Submission Form (MS Word)
Program Submission Form (Adobe Reader)

Read about past Arkansas Archeology Months
for program ideas, and feel free to contact our Archeology Month Coordinator Marilyn Knapp at 479-575-3557 with any questions.

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