OMA logo
  • Home
  • News
  • Smith Rock State Park to Host Archaeology Events

Smith Rock State Park to Host Archaeology Events

02 Oct 2015 1:45 AM | Oregon Museums Association (Administrator)

Smith Rock State Park will host the annual Oregon Archaeology Celebration lecture series each Friday evening in October. Presentations start at 7 p.m. at the Smith Rock State Park Welcome Center, 10087 NE Crooked River Drive, Terrebonne.  The free presentations are open to the public. Day-use parking is $5. Annual parking passes for 12- or 24-months are available.

The presentations are:
Oct. 2: Justine Lowry, Central Oregon Community College: "A Continuum of Indigenous Arts of the Plateau and Great Basin."
Oct. 9: Stephen Todd Jankowski, US Forest Service: "Form vs. Function: A Classification System for Rock Features."
Oct. 16: Dennis Jenkins, University of Oregon: "Archaeological Investigations of the Connley Caves."
Oct. 23: Eric Iseman, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department: "Tribal Rock Art of the Oregon Country."
Oct. 30: Emily Pritchard, US Forest Service: "Reading the Cultural Landscape."

Smith Rock State Park is located off of Highway 97 three miles north of Redmond and three miles east of Terrebonne. More information and directions are available at or by calling 541-923-7551, ext. 21.


For more info and updates, like us on Facebook!
Oregon Museums Association

P.O. Box 8604 | Portland, Oregon | 97207 |


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software