Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) hosts a Lecture Series each year to offer the opportunity for the public and CRIA volunteers to gather and hear a speaker whose topic typically relates to southwest archaeology, archaeoastronomy and/or Chacoan culture . The lectures are free of charge.
This month’s lecture will be presented by CRIA Volunteer and author Ron Sutcliffe on Monday, May 16th at 4:30pm at the Chimney Rock National Monument Amphitheater. Ro
Join us on Monday, May 16th at 4:30pm as author and CRIA volunteer Ron Sutcliffe discusses “Archaeoastronomy and Cultural World Views.” Ron Sutcliffe is the author of Moon Tracks, a guide to understanding the observed patterns of the sun and on and how those patterns may have been employed by ancient astronomers, especially those of Chimney Rock.
Guests at this Lecture will learn about the Academic perceptions of Archaeoastronomy in the Southwest; An address as first given at the Congress of Cultural
Astronomy, Guatemala, Nov. 2019s. The presentation will take place at the Chimney Rock National Monument Amphitheater.