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Archaeology On Tap (Nov 4, Barsideous Brewing, Lebanon)
November 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Archaeology tells us about what makes us human. This Science Café mini-series features discussions with archaeological scientists exploring the human past across Oregon. Scott Thomas (Bureau of Land Management) will discuss patterns of Bison Hunting in Southeastern Oregon. The archaeological record there reveals the long-range migration of human hunters following prey animals. Cayla Hill (Oregon State University) will discuss the historic archaeology of St. Josephs Mission, St. Paul, Oregon. The artifacts there tell us about the lives of the people at the first Catholic Mission in the “Oregon Country”. Molly Kirkpatrick (Oregon State University) will discuss how geology can help archaeologists tell the story of human-landscape interactions on the Pacific Coast of Oregon at Tahkenitch Landing, near Reedsport.
Archaeology on Tap begins at 7 p.m. at Barsideous Brewing, 644 S. Main St., Lebanon, OR. Seating is open and unreserved, but limited. It is best to arrive half an hour before the discussion begins. We encourage guests to share tables and make new friends.
This is a free public event. Please support our host Barsideous Brewing (downtown Lebanon’s newest brewery) by purchasing food and drinks from their menu.