Colorado Archaeological Society
Pikes Peak Chapter
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Program

January 15, 2018

Open Mic Night

Archaeological Adventures: A fun evening of educational (and short) presentations


Photo - Patrice Rhodes-Baum

Scouring remote canyons for enigmatic rock art. Decoding the story of historical artifacts. Venturing into the backcountry to explore ancient ruins. Questioning curious archaeological features.

There’s no doubt, our chapter members have fascinating experiences. Join us on January 16 as a few members enlighten us and share their experiences in this popular chapter tradition. Don’t miss this fun and free program!

  • Gary Conover – Archaeology of the Mimbres Valley: A Brief Historical Overview
  • Pam Owens – A Look at Colorado in the 1800s: Fascinating Artifacts from El Pueblo and the Farris Hotel
  • Larry Hansen – A Few of Utah’s Gems: Moon House Ruin, Horseshoe Canyon & More
  • Steve Snyder – Strange but True? An Assortment of Local (and Odd) Archaeological Features
  • Manuel Lopez – Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project: Preserving 100,000 Rock Art Images
  • Patrice Rhoades-Baum – Three Rivers Petroglyph Site & the Jornada Mogollon

Join us for a free educational and entertaining evening:

  • Pre-meeting Dinner
  • (On your own)
  • Time: 5:30 PM
  • Panera Bread
  • 7344 North Academy Blvd
  • Colorado Springs
  • 719-522-1100