July 18, Sunday 4:00 at Blue Rock Heritage Center

Open to the Public      Free Lecture 

  •   Join Lower Susquehanna Archaeology Society, Chapter 28, SPA on July 18h,      Sunday from 4:00 Chapter Meeting and Lecture. 

  • Lecture:  Camp Security      Speaker:   Ed Althouse

  •   Location:  Blue Rock Heritage Center, 2251 River Road, Washington Boro, PA      17582.  Visit www.bluerockheritage.org for directions. 

July 18, Sunday 4:00 at Blue Rock Heritage Center

Open to the Public      Free Lecture 

  •   Join Lower Susquehanna Archaeology Society, Chapter 28, SPA on July 18h,      Sunday from 4:00 Chapter Meeting and Lecture. 

  • Lecture:  Camp Security      Speaker:   Ed Althouse

  •   Location:  Blue Rock Heritage Center, 2251 River Road, Washington Boro, PA      17582.  Visit www.bluerockheritage.org for directions. 

July 18, Sunday 4:00 at Blue Rock Heritage Center

Open to the Public      Free Lecture 

  •   Join Lower Susquehanna Archaeology Society, Chapter 28, SPA on July 18h,      Sunday from 4:00 Chapter Meeting and Lecture. 

  • Lecture:  Camp Security      Speaker:   Ed Althouse

  •   Location:  Blue Rock Heritage Center, 2251 River Road, Washington Boro, PA      17582.  Visit www.bluerockheritage.org for directions. 

July 18, Sunday 4:00 at Blue Rock Heritage Center

Open to the Public      Free Lecture 

  •   Join Lower Susquehanna Archaeology Society, Chapter 28, SPA on July 18h,      Sunday from 4:00 Chapter Meeting and Lecture. 

  • Lecture:  Camp Security      Speaker:   Ed Althouse

  •   Location:  Blue Rock Heritage Center, 2251 River Road, Washington Boro, PA      17582.  Visit www.bluerockheritage.org for directions. 

October 17th Sunday 4:00

Blue Rock Heritage Center

2251 River Road, Washington Boro, PA

www.bluerockheritage.org 

Open to the Public      Free Lecture 

A Walk on Mt Carmel; living and studying five months surrounded by Prehistory at Mt Carmel National Park in Israel.

Dennis Brooks will present a travelogue snapshot of the rich Mt Carmel prehistoric deposits and sites within hiking distance of Haifa University, in northern Israel.

Although little time will be spent in any one spot the tour will include a very brief overview of the semester Prehistory program at Haifa University then a walk across the street back 50,000 years to the flint knapping grounds of early humans and Neandertals, down pass ancient Islamic ruins, through a cave occupied by Neolithic hunter/gatherers to the famous caves of Carmel where Neanderthals and archaic human remains were made famous 90 years ago.  Dennis will bring some examples of tools typical of the flint tool work of the area and reproductions of skulls of early archaic humans found at the Carmel Caves.