Working with the Riverside/ Inland Southern California Society of the AIA

Wesley Bernadini of the University of Redlands working with Scouts

Wesley Bernadini of the University of Redlands working with Scouts

The first Archaeology Fair for the Riverside/Southern California society of the Archaeology Institute of America was held on October 19th at the offices of Statistical Research, (SRI), in Redlands.

The fair’s exhibitors were from academic departments, museums, avocational organizations and CRM firms. They brought something for everyone; from elementary and middle school students and Boy Scouts to high school students looking for university information and college students and young professional looking for career guidance to the general public of all ages.

Attendees got a tour of SRI’s archaeology lab, make pottery, make and write on ancient Roman style tablets, classify historic artifacts, and learn about archaeology projects in California, Mexico, and the Near East.

A special thanks goes to our host, Statistical Research, Inc. and especially Tamara M. Serrao-Leiva, and  SRI President, Donn Grenda.

 

Kristie Blevins of Heritage Education Programs

Kristie Blevins of Heritage Education Programs

The exhibiters included

Calico Archaeological Site, Cal State University, Los Angeles, California Site Stewart Project, The Chambers Group, Claremont Graduate School, The Fullerton Art Museum at Cal State, San Bernardino, Heritage Education Programs, Statistical Research, Inc., and the University of Redlands,

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