The calendar includes separate listings for OAS Brown Bag talks in Santa Fe, Education Outreach events throughout New Mexico, Friends of Archaeology events and other events in the greater Santa Fe area.
Other sources of information on archaeological activities, tours, and talks include the Taos Archaeological Society, the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, the School for Advanced Research, Southwest Seminars, and the Santa Fe Archaeological Society. The Santa Fe Institute also schedules talks of interest to our community.
E-mail Scott Jaquith to have your event added to the calendar.
Archaeology at the Palace of the Governors
Now celebrating its 404th anniversary, Santa Fe was once an infant city on the remote frontier. Santa Fe Found: Fragments of Time, a long-term exhibition at the Palace of the Governors, New Mexico History Museum, explores the archaeological evidence and historical documentation of Santa Fe before the Spaniards arrived, the first colony in San Gabriel del Yungue, the founding of Santa Fe, and its first 100 years as New Mexico’s capital. The exhibit, a collaboration between the History Museum and OAS, is on permanent display.
More information on the Santa Fe Found: Fragments of Time exhibit can be found by following this link
The OAS Brown Bag talks, given by OAS archaeologists and others, are free to the public. The talks will resume after the OAS moves into the Center for New Mexico Archaeology. Stay tuned!
Please contact Chuck Hannaford at 505-476-4415 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details on Education Outreach events.
Details of the following events and information on sign-ups are available at the Museum of New Mexico's Friends of Archaeology website.
Yucatan, The Mayan Route, and Chiapas
Tuesday, October 21 through Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Cost: $4,350.00 per person, double occupancy/$950.00 single supplement
Organized by Rosa Ramírez Carlson and accompanied by Dr. Timothy Maxwell, director emeritus of OAS, this trip will be an unforgettable tour of Classic Maya sites from Tuesday, October 21 through Tuesday, November 4, 2014.
Mexico is a wonderful and culturally rich country, from its amazing archaeological treasures to its fascinating colonial towns. Here you step back into another time where people are not rushed, where friendliness prevails, where cultural differences enrich your travels. Travelers to Mexico City and southern Mexico find themselves in a melting pot of history and culture where the ancient past and contemporary present blend to create a unique synergy with a foot in both worlds.
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Holiday Party and Silent Auction
Sunday, November 16, 2014, 3 to 6 pm, $20
Come meet the OAS archaeologists and find out what exciting projects they have been involved in recently. Bid on wonderful and unusual items at a silent auction, Sunday, November 16, 3 to 6 pm, at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta. $20 includes a light buffet and one beverage at a no-host bar. Make reservations beginning October 7, 2014 at 12:01 am by calling (505) 982-7799, ext. 5. The proceeds from this event help fund research and education programs at the Office of Archaeological Studies.
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