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Sunday, September 29
Northwest Iowa Archaeology Day
29 Sep @ 01:00 pm | Sanford Museum & Planetarium
There's something for everyone at the Sanford Museum and Planetarium's annual Archaeology Day!  There will be indoor speakers and presentations on archaeology topics, a variety of outdoor activies and crafts, and a planetarium program for you to enjoy! Follow for updates on their Facebook event page!  
Friday, October 4
OSA 60th Anniversary Open House & International Archaeology Day
04 Oct @ 04:30 pm | UI Office of the State Archaeologist
To celebrate our 60th anniversary, the OSA is hosting an open house on October 4, 2019, in honor of 60 years of archaeological exploration and preservation in Iowa. The event, to be held our headquarters on the University of Iowa campus, will include ancient technology demonstrations, self-guided tours of the facility, artifact displays, traditiona
Saturday, October 5
Iowa Archeological Society Fall Meeting
05 Oct @ All-day | University Capitol Centre
We invite you to attend this year’s annual fall meeting of the Iowa Archeological Society. This year we are meeting at the University of Iowa in the heart of downtown Iowa City. A list of speakers, agenda, and registration details TBD. Morning refreshments and coffee will be provided for attendees. Parking is available adjacent to the University
Louisa County Conservation: Women's Outdoor Weekend
05 Oct — 06 Oct | @ 08:30 am | Langwood Education Center
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Enjoy a weekend full of adventure with Louisa County Conservation! Learn from professionals about exciting natural resource and outdoor recreation topics. Practice your aim with atlatl spear throwing, cook delicious food by a campfire, make a composting worm bin, build friction fires, and so much more! Plus, participants are encouraged to try out o
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Saturday, October 19
Jones County Annual Fall Colors and Archaeology Paddle
19 Oct @ 09:00 am | Olin River Access
Join the Jones County Conservation Department Staff and Archaeologists Michael and Nurit Finn as we enjoy the sights, sounds, and colors of fall on the beautiful Wapsipinicon River.  We'll put-in near Olin, Iowa and travel downriver 6.1 miles to our take-out at the Jungletown River Access. Explore the heavily wooded and secluded twists and turns o
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