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Delaware Archaeology Month 2016 was a great success!

Thank you to all members who worked in planning and coordinating activities and events. We look forward to celebrating again next year.


Join The Archaeological Society of Delaware
in its celebration of Delaware Archaeology Month in May! The Public is welcome.

Saturday, May 1
Iron Hill Archaeology Festival
The focus is an introduction to archaeology.  Children and adult kids welcome!

Thursday, May 5   7 pm
Avery's Rest, 17th Century Whorekill
Daniel Griffith/Sussex Chapter ASD
Lewes Public Library

Saturday, May 7     9am to 4pm

The Early Colonial Delaware Valley- An Archaeological and Historical Symposium
Old New Castle Courthouse

May 11, 13, and 18  8am - 2:30pm
arCH (Archaeology, Cultural & Heritage Field Days
The Green in Dover.  Approximately 900 4th graders will learn about pottery. Volunteers are needed to assist working with the children. Lunch will be provided for volunteers.
Contact john.mccarthy@state.us.de  or 302-739-9188

Wednesday, May 18
New Castle Chapter Meeting at Greenbank Mill, Price's Corner
Jason Shellenhammer of RK&K will speak. Topic TBA

Saturday, May 21  beginning 9:30am
ASD Annual Meeting
Killen's Pond Educational Bldg. 
Pot luck lunch ~ Please bring a dish to share. Drinks provided.
The Bulletin and 2016 posters will be available.
Please be advised: Admission to Killen's Pond in effect; $4 in state per car and $8 out of state per car.
Car pooling suggested.

Saturday, May 28  11am ~ 3pm
Zwaanendael Museum 5th Annual Maritime Celebration` A Sailor's Life for Me 

Tuesday, May 31 at 6:30pm
Kent Chapter Meeting at Dover Public Library The Lost Tannery presented by John Bansch

2016 Delaware Archaeology Month Poster Download
Designed by Linda Fulghum and Craig Lukezic. Well Illustrations by Brian Crane