CRF Museum hosting archaeology series

CRF Museum hosting archaeology series

The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum in Loudonville has announced new dates for its Ohio Archaeology series. The series, led by Jeff Zemrock of the Ohio Archaeological Society, has been a mainstay of the museum for several years.

Previously formatted as lectures and large-group discussions, the series will turn to a new format of a roundtable — welcoming all to equally lead and partake in discussions of any topic pertaining to Ohio archaeology.

The roundtable has been slated for two upcoming dates: Jan. 31 and Feb. 7, both Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Zemrock will still provide his expertise at the roundtable, but instead of planned topics, the group can move the conversation to any relevant field they are interested in — if it still pertains to stone tools or other archaeological evidence and sites in Ohio.

The museum expects one popular aspect of the roundtable will be the ability for guests to bring their own findings to share with the rest of the group or to ask for help in identifying.

In order to better facilitate group discussions, the roundtable will be limited to 30 participants. Registration is free but required and will include participation in both nights. Those interested can visit for more details and to register for the event.

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