Wow! If you weren’t at the meeting on October 16, you missed a great one. Thank you, Ron, for the multimedia presentation. Ron is proof that avocational archaeology can be as polished as professionals, when it’s done with methodical science and scholarship.
Join us in November (1 week early, on November 13) to hear Alex Kurota of the UNM Office of Contract Archaeology talk about new discoveries in ceramics in the Southern Tularosa Basin!
The Albuquerque Archaeological Society is an avocational group that advocates preserving archaeological and other cultural resources by informing members and the public about archaeological and ethnological subjects through our meetings, presentations, newsletter, other electronic media, field trips, volunteer efforts, field surveys, and studies. Membership is only $25 for an individual or family, and it’s free to students with a Student ID or current class schedule. Membership puts you on our mailing list for our monthly newsletter, and gives you access to our field trips. However, our meetings are always free and open to the public, with a guest lecturer and refreshments, great conversation, and the chance to socialize with archaeological professionals and avocational members. Come see what we’re all about! We’d love your company!