SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR NEWARK EARTHWORKS CENTER SPRING-SUMMER 2013


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR NEWARK EARTHWORKS CENTER SPRING-SUMMER 2013

Join us in Newark throughout this Spring and Summer for this cornucopia of archaeological events centered on the amazing Newark Earthworks! OSU’s Newark Earthworks Center is sponsoring a range of activities from site tours suitable for the whole family to more academic discussions for those with a serious interest.
For more information, contact Dr. Richard Shiels at the Newark Earthworks Center at [email protected].
 

 
Octagon Open House
The Newark Earthworks Center at the Ohio State University Newark Campus will host public tours, Native crafts and storytelling and atlatl throwing at the Newark Octagon Sunday, April 14, noon to 5 PM.

The Newark Earthworks Center will be pleased to offer guided tours of the Octagon any time Monday April 15 for OSU classes or community organizations. Contact Dick Shiels to arrange for a tour.

Walk around the City of Newark
Jeff Gill will lead a walk identifying remnants of the earthworks within the city of Newark on Saturday, April 20, 9 AM to noon, beginning at the Great Circle Earthworks Museum.

World Heritage Lunch
Archaeologists Brad Lepper and Bret Ruby will discuss the Comparative Analysis portion of our World Heritage nomination at a Baker House lunch Monday, April 22. Join us, noon to 1:30. RSVP to Dick Shiels if you would like to attend.

Summer Day Camps
The Newark Earthworks Center is offering four one-week Day Camps at the Great Circle and Flint Ridge mid-June to mid-July. Contact Dick Shiels for details.

Shawnee Visit
Chief Glenna Wallace will bring two busloads of Shawnee people from Oklahoma to visit the earthworks in June. She has asked the Newark Earthworks Center to host a large public event featuring our Shawnee guests at the Great Circle on Monday, June 24, 5:00 8:00 PM. Details to follow as plans are completed.

Posted April 8, 2013
Topics: Archaeology

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