Next Meetup

Planning Meeting on Feb. 22 for Ute Tribal Park, April 26-29, 2018
• What we'll do We will discuss the Field Trip to the Ute Tribal Park (The Other Mesa Verde) located south of Cortez. We will discuss lodging/camping; number of participants; difficulty of the tour; travel arrangements to and from; side trip to Anasazi Heritage Center; food/water and cost. There is a daily fee for the Tours in the Tribal Park. Down deposit of $90 per person will be required by the March 12, 2018 CAS meeting. If you are interested in the April 26-29 Field Trip, please come, ask questions and see if this extended field trip is for you. The Ute Tribal Park is full of petroglyphs including solstice sites and ruins. The hiking is strenuous and difficult. Must climb ladders and hike over rocky terrain and on ledges/rims. • What to bring • Important to know Down deposit of $45 will be due by March 12th. Depending on interest, we may be able to have members split into 2 groups of no more than 12 each.

147 Hall Ave

147 Hall Avenue · Grand Junction


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Welcome to the meetup page/ calendar for the Grand Junction chapter ( of the 80+ year old Colorado Archaeological Society. This site we use mostly for the calendar function. To learn more about our chapter &/or to become a dues-paying member please visit .

We are one of 11 local chapters of the Colorado Archaeological Society (

Our location in western Colorado, just minutes from the Utah state line, puts us in the center of a 13,000-year-old American Indian habitation 'dig' site, rock art and ruins of many ages, history, culture and remnants of the old west, many phases of mining from silver and gold to uranium.

Along with all this to see, study and help preserve, we have access to private company, government and academic archaeologists to give monthly presentations. Among our members, many have the desire to share what they know in the form of frequent field trips.

With a past president of our chapter working as a librarian, it might be easy to guess that we have a Book Club. This is an informal group that meets most months at a downtown bookstore to discuss a book of arcaeological signifigance. We have occasionally been able to have the author join us for the book discussion.

You need to be a dues-paying member of our chapter to participate in field trips. Click this link ( reach our membership page where you can join online or print a membership form and join that way.

We look forward to seeing you soon at a meeting, book club or a field trip.

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