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It’s holiday social time! This year we will be gathering at the Dog Haus Biergarten restaurant, 521 NW Broad St., Murfreesboro for an evening of good food, good drinks, good friends, and great archaeology talk! Come on down and hang out with us anytime between 5-7pm on Saturday, December 14 and we’ll toast the holiday season. It is pay your own way with a lot of drink, snack, and meal options. We hope to see you there–members, friends, social media peeps, and the curious are all invited!

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ARCHAEOLOGY DAY:  SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 2019

1:00PM TO 4:00PM

PATTERSON PARK COMMUNITY CENTER GYMNASIUM

Love it last year? This year promises to be bigger and better than ever!

This is a free event, family-friendly, educational, and a lot of fun!358FA8EF-5BC9-45D3-908E-177DE5575F46

The Rutherford County Archaeological Society is once again proud to present our annual free and family-friendly “Archaeology Day.”
It is fun and learning for all ages!
There are Tennessee archaeology and history displays, lots of artifacts and bones, demonstrations, hands-on activities, crafts to make, and more! Several middle Tennessee archaeology and history groups are participating, including the TN State Museum, Earth Experience Natural History Museum, Stones River National Battlefield Park, Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology, MTSU Archaeology Dept., MTAS Anthropology Society, Oaklands Mansion, TDOT Archaeology Division, and other local groups and individuals. This year we also have expert flintknapper Michael Miller, who will demonstrate how arrowheads and spearpoints are hand-fashioned from stone. This is a FREE event and there is something for all ages, children and adults alike. We look forward to seeing you at the educational and fun, Archaeology Day!

The Rutherford County Archaeological Society (RCAS) is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational and service organization promoting archaeology awareness and the preservation and protection of our archaeological and historical resources.

Questions?

Volunteers are needed!
Email us at http://www.rcastennessee@gmail.com

 

 

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