Sept. 11 (Mon.)  Lindsay D. Johansson will be speaking on “Who’s in charge here? A look at Fremont community layout, organization, and activities” at 7 p.m. at the Ricketson Auditorium of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.  Sponsored by the Denver Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society.  Free.

 

Sept. 12 (Tues.)  Berry Kemp will speak on “Birket Habu — ‘the lake of Habu’ ” at 7 pm. at the Ricketson Auditorium of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.  Sponsored by the Egyptian Studies Society.   Members: Free. Others: $3.00 suggested donation at the door.

 

Sept. 14 (Thurs.)  Jessica D. Hedgepeth Balkin is to speak on “Ancient Settlement Pattern Changes in Coastal Oaxaca, Mexico: Recent Findings from the 2016 Rio Verde Settlement Project” at 7 pm. at the CU Museum, Dinosaur Room on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus. Sponsored by the Indian Peaks Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society. Free.

 

Sept. 19 (Tues.)  Dr. Steve Lekson will speak on “Mimbres at the Museum: Earl, Hugo, Anna and Me” at 7 p.m in the Hale Science Building, Room #270 on the Univ. of Colorado, Boulder Campus.  Sponsored by the CU Natural History Museum.  Free.

 

Oct.  9 (Mon.)  T. Reid Farmer will present on “Recent Archaeological Investigations at Cherokee Ranch and Castle, Douglas County, Colorado” at 7 p.m. at the Ricketson Auditorium of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.  Sponsored by the Denver Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society.  Free.

 

Oct. 12 (Thurs.)  John Wagner is presenting on “Economic Change and Trade among the Teuchitlán” at 7 p.m. at the CU Museum, Dinosaur Room on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus. Sponsored by the Indian Peaks Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society. Free.

 

Oct. 16 (Mon.) Bill Cherf will talk about “Egyptian Magic-101” at 7 pm. at the Ricketson Auditorium of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.  Sponsored by the Egyptian Studies Society. Members: Free. Others: $3.00 suggested donation at the door.

 

Oct, 28 (Sat.)  Dr. Michael Waters will be lecturing on Title: “Forging a New Understanding of the Late Pleistocene Peopling of the Americas” at 8:30 pm. at the History Colorado building on 12th and Broadway, Denver.  Dr. Waters is the banquet speaker for the Annual Meeting of the Colorado Archaeological Society held at History Colorado.  The Annual Meeting is from 10/27-10/29.  Registration is required and space may be limited.  For student rates and rates for attending the speaker’s talk only, see information on the meeting at the Denver-CAS web site, http://cas-denver.org.  

 

Nov. 13 (Mon.)  Dr. Sarah Trabert will be lecturing on “Western Views on “Eastern Groups: Understanding the Dismal River (Plains Apache) Occupation of Colorado” at 7 p.m. at the Ricketson Auditorium of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.  Sponsored by the Colorado Archaeological Society.  Free.

 

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