Photo courtesy of Archaeological Institute of America, Houston Society

The Great Road Trip: New Stories in the Human Evolutionary Journey opens the 50th Anniversary Season of the Archaeological Institute of America, Houston Society. Dr. John W. Kappelman, Jr., will talk about the most important event in human pre-history, the migration of Homo sapiens from their African homeland to colonize the world.

Guests are encouraged to come early to be part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations and enjoy African drumming and dance before the lecture. Afterwards, join them for Ethiopian coffee with cake.

The Great Road Trip: New Stories in the Human Evolutionary Journey opens the 50th Anniversary Season of the Archaeological Institute of America, Houston Society. Dr. John W. Kappelman, Jr., will talk about the most important event in human pre-history, the migration of Homo sapiens from their African homeland to colonize the world.

Guests are encouraged to come early to be part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations and enjoy African drumming and dance before the lecture. Afterwards, join them for Ethiopian coffee with cake.

The Great Road Trip: New Stories in the Human Evolutionary Journey opens the 50th Anniversary Season of the Archaeological Institute of America, Houston Society. Dr. John W. Kappelman, Jr., will talk about the most important event in human pre-history, the migration of Homo sapiens from their African homeland to colonize the world.

Guests are encouraged to come early to be part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations and enjoy African drumming and dance before the lecture. Afterwards, join them for Ethiopian coffee with cake.

WHEN

WHERE

Houston Museum of Natural Science
5555 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston, TX 77030
http://www.houstonarchaeology.info/

TICKET INFO

$12-$18
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