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Become a Patron of Archaeology Southwest

Members and donors who support Archaeology Southwest at the Patron level ($500/year) are invited to our Tea and Archaeology series at Tucson’s historic Arizona Inn. These Sunday afternoon high teas provide an unparalleled opportunity to meet leading scholars and authors in southwestern archaeology.

This year’s series features three intriguing presentations:

  • In April, Dr. Lewis Borck (Archaeology Southwest and University of Arizona) will discuss Lost Voices Found: Social Movements and Purposeful Equality in the Ancient Southwest
  • In September, Dr. Greg Schachner (UCLA) will present Surveying a Southwest Crossroads in the Petrified Forest
  • In November, Dr. James R. Allison (Brigham Young University) will discuss The Fremont, Ancient Farmers of the Far Northern Southwest

Your gift of $500 or more guarantees an invitation for you and a guest to all three Tea and Archaeology lectures. Donate online, or call Linda Pierce at (520) 882-6946 x23 to make your gift over the phone. Or, mail a check (made out to Archaeology Southwest) to Archaeology Southwest, 300 N. Ash Alley, Tucson, AZ 85701.

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Become a Tea and Archaeology Sponsor

We are pleased to offer the following Tea and Archaeology sponsorship opportunities:

  • Series Benefactor – $5,000
    A Series Benefactor receives a table for eight at each program. A Series Benefactor is recognized with his or her name on the table, on all invitations, and at the beginning of each program.
  • Series Sponsor – $2,000
    Series Sponsorship includes two seats at each of the three teas, plus seats for four additional guests, if desired. Series Sponsors are recognized on all invitations and at the beginning of each program.
  • Table Sponsor – $500
    A Table Sponsor receives a table for eight at one specific program. The Table Sponsor is recognized with his or her name on the table, and at the beginning of the program.

To view past Tea and Archaeology lectures, visit our video archive. If you have any questions, or if you would like to become a sponsor, please contact Linda Pierce by email or phone at (520) 882-6946 x23.

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