Lab Day 1/20/24 at Plum Bayou Mounds Research Station

Plum Bayou Mounds Research Station of the Arkansas Archeological Survey is hosting a Lab Day on Saturday, January 20th from 9am-12pm. They are working on rehousing and inventorying older collections, and they need YOUR help! Please RSVP to Katy at to make sure they have enough space for all who are interested in attending.

Check out their Facebook page here:

First Ouachita Chapter Meeting of 2024!

The Ouachita Chapter of the AAS is having its first meeting of 2024 on Tuesday, January 2nd at 7pm in Hot Springs in the Board Room of the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Science, and the Arts (ASMSA). The new year is a great time to get involved in AAS events and local chapter meetings!

As always, chapter meetings are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Red River Chapter of the AAS (Virtual) Meeting Tonight

Please join the Red River Chapter of the AAS (virtually) for their November chapter meeting tonight at 7pm (CST). Dr. Julie Morrow, Survey Research Station Archeologist- ASU, will be presenting on her research at the Greenbrier site, a late Mississippi period community. Society volunteers and Survey employees excavated during the 2000 field season, uncovering a “burned square domestic structure” that will be discussed along with the artifacts found within.

This event is free and open to the public. To navigate to the online meeting, and to learn more about the presentation content and Dr. Morrow’s research interests, please visit this post on the SAU website: We are excited to hear Dr. Morrow present on her research, and we hope to see you all there!

Native American Heritage Month Speaker Series

The Arkansas Archeological Society is honoring Native American Heritage Month by sponsoring a series of online Zoom lectures by Native American guest speakers. The lectures are open to the public, but interested individuals should register in advance for each meeting (see our attached flyer).