Sat, Oct 15|
Roxborough Intermediate School
IAD 2022 Lecture Series: Jack C. Warner
Please join us for the International Archaeology Day 2022 Lecture Series! This year we are featuring three archaeologists discussing topics on Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve, Archaeology for a Changing Colorado, and a Ute Perspective. "Select Different Dates" to see all of the presenters.
Time & Location
Oct 15, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM MDT
Roxborough Intermediate School, 7370 Village Cir E, Littleton, CO 80125, USA
About the event
10:00 AM Lecture
Jack C. Warner
Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve: 60 Years of Discovery and Research
Jack C. Warner is a lifelong student of the archaeology and anthropology of early humans. He has a particular interest in the early people in the Americas in general, and in Colorado in particular. Jack is experienced in archaeological fieldwork: survey, digs, lab artifact curation, analysis, talks, and publication involving prehistoric human occupation in the areas of the Colorado Front Range and Southwestern Colorado. Jack gives talks and tours relating to Denver area prehistoric archaeology, including at the Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve, a 15,000+ year-old Paleo-Indian site with many extinct mammoth and bison remains. Jack is a past President and an active Director of the Colorado Archaeological Society and is the archaeology lead for the Ken-Caryl Ranch Historical Society.
"Select Different Dates" to see all of the presenters and their bios.
This lecture is approximately an hour long and held in the auditorium of Roxborough Intermediate School. Space is limited! RSVP to reserve your spot!
**Masks are strongly recommended while indoors and will be provided to you if you do no have a personal one. Thank you for your cooperation during these uncertain times.**