The Society has seven 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 occassional field work opportunities. If you are interested in attending one of the regular monthly meetings in your area please contact the person indicated below.
Arkansas River Valley Chapter
Meets monthly (except August) on the first Tuesday evening at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute’s Teaching Barn atop Petit Jean Mountain. Contact Skip Stewart-Abernathy or Terry Johnson at (501) 727-6250. Click here for the current newsletter.
Arkoma Chapter, Fort Smith
Meets monthly (except May-August) on the 3rd Thursday eveing at the Echols Building Conference Center, UA-Fort Smith. Contact Tim Mulvihill, (479) 788-7812.
Central Mississippi Valley Chapter, Jonesboro
Meets monthly at the ASU Museum. Contact Julie Morrow at (870) 972-2071.
Kadohadacho Chapter, Magnolia
Meets monthly (except June-August) on the second Tuesday evening on the SAU campus. Contact Jamie Brandon at (870) 235-4229. Click herefor the current newsletter.
Ko-ko-ci Chapter, Fayetteville
Meets monthly (except June-August) on the second Tuesday evening at the Survey building. Contact Jerry Hilliard at (479) 575-6554. Click here for the current newsletter.
Ouachita Chapter, Hot Springs
Meets monthly (except June) on the second Tuesday evening. Contact Mary Beth Trubitt at (870) 230-5510.
Toltec Chapter, Little Rock
Meets monthly on the last Wednesday evening (6:30 p.m.) at the Witt Stephens Jr Nature Center in downtown Little Rock. Contact Dr. Elizabeth Horton at (501) 961-2420. If you have questions you can contact Marilyn Whitlow or Dr. Horton at the number above.
Tunican Chapter, Monticello
Meets monthly (except June-August and January). Usually the first Tuesday evening, call for details and location. Contact Jodi Barnes at (870) 460-1090. Click here for the current newsletter.
The Arkansas Archeological Society was formed in 1960 for the purpose of uniting all persons interested in the archeology of Arkansas, for the recognition and preservation of our cultural heritage and prehistory, and for fostering and encouraging the public's interest in the preservation of the past.