Alaska Archaeology Month Events 2017

Date Posted: April 16, 2017       Categories: Uncategorized

April is Alaska Archaeology Month. Learn about Alaska’s rich history and cultural heritage at public events and activities for all ages throughout the spring and across the state. Find the latest information at and the file _Alaska Archaeology Month Events 2017

April 1, Public Lecture: Archaeological Research in the Islands of Four Mountains

    (Museum of the Aleutians, Unalaska)

April – all month, Exhibit: Archaeological Collections from Alaska National Parks

    (Anchorage Alaska Public Lands Information Center, Anchorage)

April 5, Public Lecture: New Views of Viking Greenland—Resilient, Adaptive, but Still Extinct

    (Alaska Quaternary Center, Fairbanks)

April 25, Public Lecture: Walakpa: How Salvaged Archaeological Remains Can Benefit Our Community

    (Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation (UIC) Science, Utqiagvik)

April 25, Public Lecture: The Alaskan Paleoarctic Tradition and the People of Beringia

    (Anchorage Alaska Public Lands Information Center, Anchorage)

April 26, Film Screening: Igliqtiqsiugvigruak [Swift Water Place]

    (Northwest Arctic Heritage Center, Kotzebue)

April 28, Open House: Artifacts from Tulaagiaq

    (Utuqqanaat Inaat & National Park Service, Kotzebue)

April 30, 17th Annual Alaska Atlatl Fun and Throw

    (Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage)