Concerts, Arts, and other events in the public interest around the Front Range Community.
International Archaeology Day event that will be held at Red Rocks Amphitheater, Saturday, October 21st, 2023, from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm. Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, Lower South Lot
Jasmine Saxon and Jessica Ericson. This year will feature the following:
More info at: https://www.communityconnections.biz/iad2023
There are 30 confirmed exhibitors so far this year, 2 food trucks, 2 brews from Rickoli Brewery, 3 presenters, 5 off site tours, flintknapping, and a tipi demonstration from the Northern Arapaho.
Free Admission: This event is free for all attendees, making it accessible to everyone interested in archaeology and history.
Exhibitors: Expect a variety of exhibitors showcasing demonstrations, hands-on activities, and informational displays related to archaeology, history, and cultural sites in Colorado and worldwide! This provides a unique opportunity to interact with experts and learn more about our rich heritage.
Guest Lecturers: The event features guest lecturers who will speak on various archaeological topics. This is a chance to gain deeper insights into the fascinating world of archaeology and its importance in understanding our past.
Cultural Tours: Guided tours of cultural sites and museums are offered, allowing participants to explore and learn about these important locations firsthand.
For details or questions about events, please contact the venue. KGNU has no additional information nor is responsible for their accuracy.