Tuesday, October 1, 2013

October 2013 Newark Earthworks Center Events

Great Circle Museum, Newark.
October 12: "The Amazing Newark Earthworks"

Join Curator of Archaeology Dr. Brad Lepper at the Ohio History Center from 2:00 to 3:00 PM 
for a Curator’s Talk on “The Amazing Newark Earthworks.” 
Find out just how smart Ohio’s ancient American Indians really were!
For more information click here.

October 13: Octagon Open House.

The Newark Earthworks Center will be offering 
guided tours, atlatl throwing, and crafts from noon to 4 pm. 
Public has full access to the site
We hope to see you there!

October 24: Ohio Earthworks: History, Preservation, and Archaeo-tourism

Ohio Earthworks: History, Preservation, and Archaeo-tourism Tentative Program PDF
A Special Symposium of the Midwest Archaeological Conference in Downtown Columbus, 
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Delaware A&B Room
350 N High Street,
Columbus, OH 43215

Come see lectures on Ohio's earthworks, UNESCO World Heritage Status, and Amazonian earthworks. 
Starting at 1 pm through 4 pm.

For more information, visit the Midwest Archaeological Conference's website.
Tours of the Great Circle Earthworks and Flint Ridge.
The Newark Earthworks Center employs four trained tour guides (two certified teachers & two Native Americans) who give tours for K-12 classes & other groups.
Admission is $5 per person except for teachers & aids.
Approximately 2, 500 school children participate each year.
For more information visit our Ancient Ohio Experience page or email us.
 Call 740-345-8224 to schedule a tour.
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