Each year the society hosts three major annual events including our annual conference, public fall field day, and spring workshop. Please visit the following pages to learn about these society events. We hope to see you soon!
Fall Field Day
About Archaeology Month
Archaeology month is a month long event filled with numerous events celebrating South Carolina’s Archaeology throughout South Carolina and began in 1991. This event takes place around October and EVERYONE is invited to attend. Available programs include: exhibits, demonstrations, tours, lectures, dining, canoe trips, artifact identification, lantern tours, and much, much more on Archaeological and Historic Sites located throughout South Carolina.
This event would not be possible without the help of numerous volunteers and organizations making this event possible. More information will be made available as the event approaches. For further information about South Carolina Archaeology Month or to sponsor an event during the Archaeology Field Day, please contact Nena Powell Rice, Director of Outreach, at (803) 777-8170 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 Annual Conference
February 20, 2016
This year’s theme celebrates the 450th anniversary of Santa Elena by focusing on Settlement Archaeology.
Knap-in at Lynches River County Park
May 8 & 9, 2015
Have you ever wondered how a arrowhead or spear point was made? Would you like to try your hand at spear throwing? Join us for a glimpse into the prehistoric past! Our gathering will showcase the numerous primitive skills practiced during the stone age. Flintknappers will be on site demonstrating the ancient art of making stone tools. Atlatl and dart (spear throwing) experts will show you how we hunted before the invention of the bow and arrow. This family friendly event is free.