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Call for Papers: Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference
Call for Papers!! The 2017 Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, the biennial conference of the Rocky Mountain Anthropological Association, will be
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Public Excavation: Cluny Fortified Village
Public Archaeology Program Cluny Fortified Village: May 23rd – June 23rd  The University of Calgary is offering a volunteer excavation program
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Artifact Identification Contest!
THE “WHAT IS IT?” CONTEST: Help out the Glenbow Town and Quarry Project by giving us more information about intriguing
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Cluny Field Trip
Don’t forget that the University of Calgary Public Archaeology Program is happy to be offering a tour of the Cluny
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Volunteer Opportunity: Forks and Minor Medicine Wheels locale
Volunteer opportunity at the Forks and Minor Medicine Wheels locale on the Lower Red Deer River with Drs. Barney Reeves
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Stones & Bones
March 25th-26th, 2017: Flintknapping Workshop and Stones & Bones We had a fantastic weekend at the Museum of the Highwood
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Check out our Summer Schedule!


We have field trips and information booths set up at various events


Glenbow Field Project: May-June (Mondays-Thursdays; excl. Victoria Day)
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Cluny Fortified Village: May 23- June 23rd (ASA Field trip June 3rd)

Brazeau Survey: May 27-28th (Visit Strathcona Center for more)

Cluny Field Trip: June 3rd

Bearspaw Historical Society: June 24th

Calgary Stampede Week: July 7th-16th

Fish Creek Parks Day: July 15th at Bow Valley Ranch Restaurant, Fish Creek Provincial Park

Glenbow Townsite Tour: July 29th PRE-REGISTER at http://www.grpf.ca/events and click on the link for the date, then follow the instructions, OR call 403-851-9053.

Chimney Coulee: August 8th

Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference: September 21-24th


We hope you all enjoyed the 2017 Conference and AGM. Thank you to all attendees, speakers, and volunteers.

Thank you to all who came to our Stones & Bones event! We hope you enjoyed and learned a lot about Alberta’s past.


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