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A Message from the Santa Cruz Archaeological Society:

On behalf of the Santa Cruz Archaeological Society, I would like to extend my best wishes to all of our members, supporters, public followers, and attendees of our meetings and outreach events, for a safe and healthy journey through these uncertain and unpredictable times.

We also wanted to announce that we have cancelled our regularly scheduled meetings for April through June of 2020 that take place on the 2nd Thursday of the month at the Live Oak Grange. At this time, we are planning on resuming our regular schedule, beginning on September 10th but, we will post updates and any pertinent community information pertaining to the meetings and other Society activities as we get closer to the fall schedule.

Thank you for your continued support and interest in the Society and we look forward to seeing you in September.

Best regards,

Kären Johansson, Acting President



About the SCAS

The Santa Cruz Archaeological Society (SCAS) is a non-profit organization working with multiple agencies, local schools, Native American tribes, and other interest groups to help showcase and preserve local history. A core mission of the Santa Cruz Archaeological Society is to educate the public – including adults, high school students, and others sharing a fascination with California’s unique history and cultures – on recent theories and current archaeological research in the Monterey Bay region, California, and beyond.

The Santa Cruz Archaeological Society is also a member of the Council of Allied Societies, a forum organized by the Society for American Archaeology for the advancement of archaeology and the exchange of information about cultural resources protection. In recent years, SCAS has visited primary school classrooms focusing on California history and the Society also regularly participates in the Santa Cruz County History Fair, job fairs, the Aptos Farmer’s Market, and profession meetings of the Society for California Archaeology.

The Santa Cruz Archaeological Society also holds an annual California Archaeology Month Film Fest in October, as well as lectures on local and other specific archaeological topics at free monthly meetings open to the public. Students, parents, grandparents, and anyone with an interest in archaeology, anthropology, or history is invited to join the Santa Cruz Archaeological Society and be a part of the longstanding effort to help preserve local heritage for the future.


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