Monthly meetings and local activities are provided by regional chapter organizations. Contact information and links to chapter web pages are provided below.
Currently in the process of reforming, the Birmingham Chapter will resume monthly meetings in the near future. More details will be posted as they become available.
Meetings are held on various Thursdays at 7:00pm Contact: Phillip Koerper [email protected] Visit the Coosa Valley Chapter on the web at Yahoo! Groups
Meetings are held on third Thursdays (except June through August) at 7:00pm at the Cullman County Health Department on Tally Hoe Street in the Community meeting room Contact: Robbie Camp [email protected] 256-734-5104 or 256-590-5898.
Meetings are held on second Tuesdays (except December and June through August) at 7:00pm at the Lee County Historical Society’s ‘Trade Building’ in Loachapoka (two-story brick next to the Post Office on Hwy 14 six miles west of Auburn). Details of upcoming events and meetings are posted on the chapter’s Facebook page - East Alabama Chapter of the Alabama Archaeological Society. Contact: Teresa Paglione [email protected]
EAST ALABAMA’S APRIL MEETING HAS BEEN MOVED TO SUNDAY, APRIL 8TH @2:30PM
Meetings are held on fourth Tuesdays (except June, July, August, and December) at 7:00pm at the Huntsville Library Auditorium. Details of upcoming events and meetings are posted on the chapter’s Facebook page - Huntsville Chapter, Alabama Archaeological Society. Contact: Ben Hoksbergen [email protected]
Meetings are held on second Mondays at 7:00pm at the Indian Mound Museum in Florence Contact: Jerry Hester [email protected]
Meetings are held on third Tuesdays (except June through August) at 7:00pm at the Alfred and Lucille Delchamps Archaeological Museum on the campus of the University of South Alabama Contact: Bonnie Gums [email protected]
Meetings are held twice Monthly contact Jason Mann [email protected]
Meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month on the University of Alabama campus at 6:00pm in Ten Hoor, Room 22. Contact Clay Nelson.
Interested in starting your own local chapter? Please contact our President for more details.