Archaeology Laboratory Volunteer at Parker Annex
Jan
28
to Jun 7

Archaeology Laboratory Volunteer at Parker Annex

  • Parker Annex Archaeology Center (map)
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Archaeology laboratory volunteers will work with SCDNR Cultural Heritage Trust Program archaeologists to wash artifacts from various archaeological excavations.

Dates are as follows:

January 28 – February 1, 2019

February 18 – 22, 2019

March 25 – 29, 2019

May 13 – 17, 2019

June 3 – 7, 2019

Registration is required

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Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Shelter
Apr
6
8:30 AM08:30

Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Shelter

Learn first-hand how to help your students practice the basics of inquiry-based learning through crosscurricular lessons that teach archaeology and cultural understanding. Archaeology is an excellent tool for cross-curricular education. Subjects covered in the workshops will include science, mathematics, social studies, history, language arts, geography, and the arts. More information about Project Archaeology can be found at projectarchaeology.org.

Participants will receive full instruction in archaeological science for the classroom and the award-winning curriculum guide Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter for grades 3 - 5 or Project Archaeology: Investigating Nutrition for grade 6. All K-12 educators are encouraged to apply. Many concepts within each curriculum can be taught across all grade levels. Educators employed in SC public school districts may be eligible to receive professional development credit for attending a Project Archaeology workshop. Please contact your district’s coordinator for pre-approval of credit.

Workshops will take place from 8:30am - 5pm at the Parker Annex Archaeology Center. Lunch will be provided for free.

Registration is Required

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Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Nutrition
May
11
8:30 AM08:30

Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Nutrition

Learn first-hand how to help your students practice the basics of inquiry-based learning through crosscurricular lessons that teach archaeology and cultural understanding. Archaeology is an excellent tool for cross-curricular education. Subjects covered in the workshops will include science, mathematics, social studies, history, language arts, geography, and the arts. More information about Project Archaeology can be found at projectarchaeology.org.

Participants will receive full instruction in archaeological science for the classroom and the award-winning curriculum guide Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter for grades 3 - 5 or Project Archaeology: Investigating Nutrition for grade 6. All K-12 educators are encouraged to apply. Many concepts within each curriculum can be taught across all grade levels. Educators employed in SC public school districts may be eligible to receive professional development credit for attending a Project Archaeology workshop. Please contact your district’s coordinator for pre-approval of credit.

Workshops will take place from 8:30am - 5pm at the Parker Annex Archaeology Center. Lunch will be provided for free.

Registration is Required

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Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Shelter
Jun
8
8:30 AM08:30

Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Shelter

Learn first-hand how to help your students practice the basics of inquiry-based learning through crosscurricular lessons that teach archaeology and cultural understanding. Archaeology is an excellent tool for cross-curricular education. Subjects covered in the workshops will include science, mathematics, social studies, history, language arts, geography, and the arts. More information about Project Archaeology can be found at projectarchaeology.org.

Participants will receive full instruction in archaeological science for the classroom and the award-winning curriculum guide Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter for grades 3 - 5 or Project Archaeology: Investigating Nutrition for grade 6. All K-12 educators are encouraged to apply. Many concepts within each curriculum can be taught across all grade levels. Educators employed in SC public school districts may be eligible to receive professional development credit for attending a Project Archaeology workshop. Please contact your district’s coordinator for pre-approval of credit.

Workshops will take place from 8:30am - 5pm at the Parker Annex Archaeology Center. Lunch will be provided for free.

Registration is Required

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Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Nutrition
Jun
15
8:30 AM08:30

Project Archaeology Educator Workshop - Investigating Nutrition

Learn first-hand how to help your students practice the basics of inquiry-based learning through crosscurricular lessons that teach archaeology and cultural understanding. Archaeology is an excellent tool for cross-curricular education. Subjects covered in the workshops will include science, mathematics, social studies, history, language arts, geography, and the arts. More information about Project Archaeology can be found at projectarchaeology.org.

Participants will receive full instruction in archaeological science for the classroom and the award-winning curriculum guide Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter for grades 3 - 5 or Project Archaeology: Investigating Nutrition for grade 6. All K-12 educators are encouraged to apply. Many concepts within each curriculum can be taught across all grade levels. Educators employed in SC public school districts may be eligible to receive professional development credit for attending a Project Archaeology workshop. Please contact your district’s coordinator for pre-approval of credit.

Workshops will take place from 8:30am - 5pm at the Parker Annex Archaeology Center. Lunch will be provided for free.

Registration is Required

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Native American Art and Craft Winter Sale
Dec
1
9:00 AM09:00

Native American Art and Craft Winter Sale

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Native American Studies Center

USC Lancaster

 Native American Art and Craft Sale Just in time for the holiday season, see and shop for jewelry, Catawba pottery, baskets, quilts, and more one-of-a-kind artwork at the sixth annual festival, held in conjunction with the City of Lancaster's Christmas in the City. During the festival, visitors also will have the opportunity to see Artist-in-Residence Beckee Garris and speak with her about her pottery and basket making techniques

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Native American History Lantern Tour
Nov
17
6:00 PM18:00

Native American History Lantern Tour

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12,000 Year History Park at Cayce Riverwalk 12,000 Year Trail

Cayce, SC

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month and Awareness Day with a candlelight walk with volunteers in period attire to learn about the lifeways and strategic roles Native Americans played in the economy and welfare of the Carolina colony and later periods.

Learn about varied cultures and traditions of peoples who lived in the area beginning about 12,000 years ago and how their culture and traditions are alive and well in South Carolina today.

 

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Catawba Indian Nation 4th Annual Craft and Food Fair-“Fall Harvest Fest”
Nov
17
10:00 AM10:00

Catawba Indian Nation 4th Annual Craft and Food Fair-“Fall Harvest Fest”

  • Catawba Indian Reservation Longhouse (map)
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Catawba Indian Nation Longhouse

Rock Hill, SC

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month and Awareness Day with the Catawba Indian Nation at their reservation Longhouse located at 996 Avenue of the Nations Rock Hill, SC. This event will have Native American Vendors, Pottery and Beadwork, Arts and Crafts, Drumming and Dancing, Catawba Language Presentations, Food tasting contests, and more.

Open to the public!

Sponsored by Catawba Service Unit, Catawba Cultural Preservation Project & Wellness Warriors

For more information, please contact Ashely Sexton 803-328-2427 for cultural information; food contest contact Lisa Martin 803-372-5663 & Tolani Franks 803-280-2545 for all other questions.

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Copy of Native American Studies Center Galleries: Artist-in-Residence-Beckee Garris
Nov
17
10:00 AM10:00

Copy of Native American Studies Center Galleries: Artist-in-Residence-Beckee Garris

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Native American Studies Center

USC Lancaster

Join the Center’s Artist-in-Residence, Beckee Garris, as she demonstrates pottery and basket making. She will share Catawba oral histories and traditions. Garris will be at the Center between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.

All events are free and open to the public. For more information, call 803-313-7172 or email criswese@mailbox.sc.edu.

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Native American Studies Center Galleries: Artist-in-Residence Beckee Garris
Nov
16
10:00 AM10:00

Native American Studies Center Galleries: Artist-in-Residence Beckee Garris

  • USC Native American Studies Center (map)
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Native American Studies Center

USC Lancaster

Join the Center’s Artist-in-Residence, Beckee Garris, as she demonstrates pottery and basket making. She will share Catawba oral histories and traditions. Garris will be at the Center between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.

All events are free and open to the public. For more information, call 803-313-7172 or email criswese@mailbox.sc.edu.

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Native American Heritage Month
Nov
1
to Nov 30
Arkhaios Film Festival
Oct
12
to Oct 14

Arkhaios Film Festival

The historical knowledge of our cultural heritage is an important basis for the development of our culture. The task of archaeology and historic preservation is to discover and preserve the cultural heritage. The purpose of projecting films at the Festival is the dissemination of this knowledge to make past civilizations better understood to people from different backgrounds.

For a full schedule and list of films to be shown, please visit the Arkhaios website.

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Science Education Enrichment Day (S.E.E.D.)
Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Science Education Enrichment Day (S.E.E.D.)

  • University of South Carolina Aiken (map)
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Science Education Enrichment Day (S.E.E.D.) is a family themed festival celebrating science, technology, engineering and math. The 33rd annual S.E.E.D. will provide opportunity for engagement and exchange between children, teens, families, and local STEM professionals.

Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 10:00am until 3:00pm on the campus of USC Aiken

SCAPOD will have a table with hands-on archaeology activities for kids including 2D pottery re-fit and coloring sheets and will be sharing a tent with other archaeology organizations.

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ASSC Fall Field Day
Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

ASSC Fall Field Day

Each fall the Archaeology Society of South Carolina sponsors a free gathering of archaeologists, prehistoric and historic skills demonstrators, story tellers, and others, who present how the people of South Carolina’s distant and recent pasts experienced their daily lives through work, play, food, and community. This year our Annual Fall Field Day event will take place on September 29th in Cayce at the 12,000 Year History Park on Congaree Creek.

SCAPOD will be participating in this year’s Fall Field Day event with hands-on archaeology themed kids activities.

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