Ontario Archaeological Society - Huronia Chapter
This chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society (OAS) was re-established in 2007. It is working on a number of projects associated with the 400th anniversary of Samuel de Champlain's visit to Huronia, 2015.
The Ontario Archaeological Society is a registered charitable organization that promotes the ethical practice of archaeology.
Ontario's historic and prehistoric resources are continually being destroyed by urban, commercial and industrial development.
The general public, students and professional alike are encouraged to become members of the Society and to support its co-ordinating role in helping to record and preserve our non-renewable cultural heritage.
Huronia Chapter Monthly Meetings:
second Thursday of the month at the Huronia Museum, King Street, Midland, Ontario starting at 7:00 PM - the presentation portion of the meeting is open to the public, with the business meeting which follows in the same evening is for members only.
Vice President Jamie Hunter
Huronia Chapter of the OAS website is found at
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