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Ohio Valley Chapter 22
Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology

Ohio Valley Chapter 22 Calendar of Events

Our next Meeting is on Wednesday, March 21, 2018


We will meet at Lutherlyn at 7 p.m. with a social time starting at 6:30 p.m.  

Our speaker will be Ken Burkett, President, North Fork Chapter 29, who will present his program “The Chickoree Hill Pictograph Site”.  This is possibly the only known pictograph site in Pennsylvania.

Guests are welcome!

Upcoming Meetings:

  • April 18, 2018: Speaker TBA
  • May 16, 2018: Speaker TBA
  • June 20, 2018: Annual Chapter Picnic

Watch for additional announcements here and on our Facebook Page! 

Our meetings are always free and open to the public!

Directions to our meeting

Lutherlyn is located 40 miles north of Pittsburgh off of Route 422 between Butler and Prospect. The best routes to Route 422 are Interstate 79 or Route 8.   

Meetings are held in the Redwood Building located three buildings down on the right when you get back into the main part of Lutherlyn, which is approximately a mile from the entrance off Dick Road.  There is a small parking lot that says "loading & unloading" and "handicap" right next to Redwood building.  There are only 5-6 spaces there, and we can use all of them, but no more than that will fit in there, so please reserve these for people that need close parking or to unload items and then move to another spot.   

From the West: Take Interstate 79 to Route 422 (the Butler/New Castle exit) and head east 8.2 miles.  Make a right hand turn at the 84 Lumber onto Dick Road. The main entrance to the camp is 1.5  miles down the road. The camp driveway will take you directly to the main parking lot and the camp office.   

From the East: Take Route 8 to Route 422 and head west (towards New Castle) 7 miles to the 84 Lumber. Make a left hand turn on to Dick Road. The main entrance is 1.5 miles down the road. The camp driveway will take you directly to the main parking lot and the camp office.   

For further information or different directions, please contact Lutherlyn at 724-865-2161 or email@lutherlyn.com.  You can also contact Laura at rldeyoung@zoominternet.net.   

The GPS address is:

500 Lutherlyn Lane

Butler, PA 16001

Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Annual Meeting 2018

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The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology annual meeting is fast approaching!  It is being hosted by the North Fork Chapter 29 at the Comfort Suites in Dubois, PA on April 6-8th.  This is nice and close to us so it is a good opportunity to attend a state meeting if you haven’t done so in the past.  They have a nice lineup of papers.  There will also a banquet dinner on Saturday night that includes award presentations, a dinner speaker and an auction.  

The dinner speaker is Dr. Michael Gramly presenting 

Ritual Hunting of Proboscideans in the New World: Its Character, Inception and Disappearance”

Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Annual Meeting

April 6-8, 2018  

Comfort Suites

10 Lakeside Avenue
Dubois, PA, 15801

 The theme of the 89th annual meeting will be 

“Of the Past, For the Future: Current Contributions to Pennsylvania Archaeology.”

There will be three open sessions: 

Saturday morning

Saturday afternoon and 

Sunday morning.

Students are encouraged and welcome to present!

About Us

Ohio Valley Chapter 22

We  welcome everyone to meetings and we encourage attendees to bring  artifacts. Several of our members are professional archaeologists and  each has a specialty that can help in artifact identification.

Meetings are free and open to the public.


It  is not necessary to be an archaeologist to attend our meetings or to  join our Chapter. You only need to be interested in history and  archaeology.  At each meeting we have a guest speaker who will present research from an archaeological site where he or she has worked.

We meet on the third Wednesday of each month, except July and August. Our meetings are currently being held at Camp Lutherlyn in Prospect, PA.

Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology

It  is not necessary to be an archaeologist to join the Society for  

Pennsylvania Archaeology. The membership of SPA is comprised of both  professional and avocational archaeologists. Many other scientific  disciplines and professions are also represented in the SPA membership. 


Links to Recommended Archaeology Webs Sites:

Doing good for Archaeology, the Archaeological Conservancy:

SPA proudly supports The Archaeology Channel:

From the SPA Website: