For the past three years, the New College Public Archaeology Lab and Time Sifters Archaeology Society have presented informative lectures and programs that are free and open to the general public. In 2012-13, there will be one talk in November and a family-oriented Archaeology Fest in March.
To read more about the work of the New College Public Archaeology Lab (NCPAL), visit ncpalsurveys.org.
Learn about Dr. Uzi Baram, director of the NCPAL.
For more information about these events, please call 941-487-4888.
November 14, 2012 at 6 pm
Voices From Native Florida
Brian Zepeda, Seminole Tribe of Florida
Mildred Sainer Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Road
Free; reservations recommended, reserve online at donate.ncf.edu/events or call 941-487-4888
Brian Zepeda is a traditional teacher of all Seminole Arts such as woodcarving, sewing, silverwork, leather work, storytelling, songs, hunting and history. He currently serves on the Seminole Tribe of Florida Tribal Council. He served for six years on the Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs and as manager at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum for seven years. As Director of Cultural Outreach and then as Director of Florida Seminole Tourism, Zepeda has spoken at international conferences on balancing the need to protect Seminole culture while also sharing aspects of it with the public.
March 16, 2013, from 10 am - 1 pm
Guest Speaker: C. Randall Daniels, Carrier of Traditions for the Apalachicola
Free hot dogs and lemonade
New College Public Archaeology Lab, 410 College Drive
Free and open to the public (all ages)