Archaeological Institute of America: Westchester Society

   Let Us Be Your Gateway to the Past :

Egypt: Giza Pyramids and Sphinx
Acropolis, the Greek Parthenon
Mexico: Mayan Pyramid

The AIA Westchester Society sponsors a regular schedule of lectures based on archaeological research. It also has an active Book Club, guided visits to museums, and events of archaeological interest.  Members are mailed a Bulletin with news of our programs and other activities in our area and will receive eblast notifications. For program details, Click the PROGRAMS page of this web site. Click the BOOKCLUB  page on this web site for detailed information about our current meeting and a list of books we have read in the past.


Our Next Program:


Date:        March 22

Time:       2:00

Location: Scarsdale Library, Olmsted Road, Scarsdale

Speaker:  Yorke Rowan. The Oriental Institute of Chicago

This lecture is free and open to the public.
Consult the PROGRAMS  page of this web site for news of our upcoming programs and save the dates.   And if you have not already sent in your annual membership dues for 2014 -2015, you may use the information on the ABOUT US page of this website to make it easy.

Our Next Book Club Meeting:

Date & Time:   Thursday, March 19, 2015   1:30 p.m.

Place:              Greenburgh Public Library,  Small Conference Room
                         Tarrytown Rd (Rte 119) at Knollwood Rd.  Elmsford

Book:               WHY HOMER MATTERS  by Adam Nicolson

For details see the Book Club  page of this web site.

All programs (except members-only trips) are free of charge 

And all are welcome to enjoy our activities.   However,  in order to keep on supplying  high quality programming, we need your support as a member of the Friends of the AIA Westchester Society.  You may join at any of our meetings or send in your membership dues ($30.00) as described on the ABOUT US page of this website.  If you appreciate what we do, help us continue by becoming a member of our Friends.  We thank you very much.