September is Archaeology Month.

The Dubois County Museum welcomes you to a program on Archaeology on Saturday, September 10, 2022 from 10:00-Noon ET.

The museum invites you to learn about Native Americans who lived here from the artifacts they left behind. The morning program begin at 10:00 with a panel discussion with archaeologist Dr. Rick Jones and local collectors Kenny Hochgesang and Derrick Haas on “Archaeology in Dubois County”. Then from 11:00-noon ET participants can show their artifacts they brought to the program and the artifacts will be identified by Dr. Rick Jones, a retired
State Archaeologist, and participants can talk with local collectors Kenny Hochgesang and Derrick Haas.

The museum will be open as usual on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The public is invited to visit the museum’s Native American and Archaeology Exhibit: People of the

The museum is located at 2704 N. Newton Street (Hwy. 231 N) in Jasper, IN 47546.

Phone 812-634-7733.

If you have any questions contact Mary Ann Hayes, Archaeology Day Coordinator at
[email protected]