The purpose of the Michigan Archaeological Society is to inform members and educate the public of the need to recognize, understand and preserve the remains of past cultures for our own knowledge and for future generations. The MAS is made up of chapters around the state. Each chapter meets monthly (September thru May) for a business meeting and usually a presentation is given by a guest speaker knowledgeable about archaeology. Click here to read more about the Michigan Archaeological Society
Please click here for a copy of the complete Constitution and amended MAS Bylaws of the Michigan Archaeological Society. The Bylaws were approved unanimously by voice vote at the 2004 Annual Meeting and overwhelmingly by mail ballot.
Huron Valley Chapter
The Huron Valley Chapter meets at 7:30 PM in the classroom of the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, which is located at 434 S. State Street on the U of M Campus, right across the street from Angell Hall and just to the north of the LSA Building. Free parking is available after 6:00 in the University lot on Thompson Street, just south of William. Paid parking is available in the Maynard Street parking lot just two blocks away. Enter the Museum from the front door on State Street.
We normally have dinner with our speaker before the meeting at the Original Cottage Inn Restaurant, 512 East Williams St. Reservations will be in the name of “Marshall Gaines” for 6 PM. Please contact Marshall via email if you plan on attending dinner so that I can make the proper number of reservations.