Arkansas Archeology Month is an annual event designed to broaden the public’s interest and appreciation for Arkansas’s archeological resources and to encourage the public’s participation in conservation and preservation efforts. Archeology Month is cosponsored by the Arkansas Archeological Survey and the Arkansas Archeological Society and is made possible through the efforts of supporters throughout the state at park, libraries, museums, and other agencies and organizations, providing a wide variety of programs, exhibits, hands-on activities, and tours.

The theme each year is Celebrate Archeology! Programs are on aspects of prehistoric, historic archeology, early Arkansas history, and Arkansas’s Native Americans. Covid-19 has changed our world and how we do things, and has limited our ability to hold in-person events. However, some events are still being held, mainly virtually via platforms like Zoom, around the state. A complete and current listing, including late additions, can be found on the Survey’s events calendar.