The Society has nine local chapters that hold regular monthly meetings. In addition some chapters hold “lab nights” so members can help in the laboratory processing of artifacts. Chapters also have occasional field work opportunities. If you are interested in attending one of the regular monthly meetings in your area find your local chapter below, or check out the “Announcements and Events” posts on the bottom of our “Home” page.
Arkansas River Valley Chapter, Russellville
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month at the Arkansas Tech Museum at 7pm. Contact Josh Lynch at email@example.com for details.
Vice President: Judith Stewart-Abernathy
Secretary/Treasurer: Emily Beahm
Central Arkansas Chapter, Little Rock
Vice President: Rita Fisher
Treasurer: Ele Jones
Ouachita Chapter, Hot Springs
Meets monthly (except June) on the first Tuesday evening in the ASMSA Board Room (200 Whittington, Hot Springs). Contact the chapter at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary Beth Trubitt at (870) 230-5510. Check them out on Facebook.
President: Janice Fisher
Vice-President: Mary Beth Trubitt
Secretary: Sherri Bradbury
Treasurer: Lili Petrovic
Ko-ko-ci Chapter, Fayetteville
Meets monthly (except January and June through August) on the second Wednesday evening at 7pm at the Washington County Extension Office. Check them out on Facebook or contact the UAF Research Station at (479) 575-3556 for details.
President: Joe Rainey
Vice President: Steve Longacre
Secretary: Banks Conditt
Treasurer: Jim Duncan
Red River Chapter, Magnolia
President: David Jeane
Vice-President: Anthony Clay Newton
Secretary/Treasurer: Carl Drexler
Tunican Chapter, Monticello
President: Don Bragg
Vice President: Curtis Lagrone
Secretary: Mary Jo Tucker
Treasurer: Paul Francis
Ark-Homa Chapter, Fort Smith
Meets monthly (except May-August) on the 3rd Thursday evening in the Flanders Building Room 100, UA-Fort Smith Campus. Contact Tim Mulvihill, (479) 788-7813.
Thursday, 10/19 at 6pm – Flanders Building Room 100 on the UAFS campus
Station Archeologist, Tim Mulvihill, will be discussing recent geophysical work that’s been done at the Neeley’s Ferry site in Northeast Arkansas.