We are a non-profit association of professional and amateur archaeologists, plus interested citizens of Sarasota and Manatee Counties in Southwest Florida, USA.

TIME SIFTERS ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY

DEDICATED TO DISCOVERING AND PRESERVING ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE

Since its inception in 1986, TSAS has assisted archaeologists in major excavations throughout southwest Florida. Members participated in excavations and in creating ‘A Window to the Past’ exhibition inside of a prehistoric shell mound at Historic Spanish Point. Time Sifters has sponsored and/or participated in the successful outreach programs; “Trail of Florida's Indian Heritage” and “Looking for Angola”. Over the decades, TSAS has provided significant support contributing to the preservation of local archaeological resources. TSAS is a chapter of the Florida Anthropological Society, and supports local anthropology programs at New College of Florida, including sponsoring a paper competition for college students.


  NOTES FROM A TIME SIFTER: PRESENTATIONS AND POSTS        

Time Sifters Archaeology Society is pleased to announce our 2018 schedule of presentations.
All lectures will be at the Selby Library, 1331 First Street in downtown Sarasota at 6:00 PM and are free. Each presentation will be about one hour with time for questions and answers. Please come and join us.

February 21, 2018
John Jaffer - The Holocaust in Gargzdai, Lithuania
Dr. Bernice Jones - The Book of Esther: A Little Girl’s Journey to Freedom

March 21, 2018
William M. Stanton - Monumental Mound Complexes of Northwest Florida

April 18, 2018 - Student Papers 

May 16, 2018
Dr. Uzi Baram - Archaeology and Rising Sea Levels


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