Palm Beach County Archaeological Society

Palm Beach County Archaeological Society

PBCAS is a non-profit educational organization committed to educating the public about cultural resources in Palm Beach County. This FAS Chapter provides a free lecture series, in-school educational services, guided tours of local archaeological sites, and professional training opportunities for college students.


1000 SE Letha Circle #7
Stuart, FL 34994
(772) 252-0774

Meetings are held at the Main Branch of the Public Library at 3650 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach on the third Saturday of the month at 2:00 p.m., November to April.

President: Jessica Baker
First Vice President: Rodrigo Cardenas
Second Vice President: Danielle Simon
Secretary: Kia Taylor-Riccio
Treasurer & Historian: Henry Calway
South Florida Ambassador: Drew Schneider
Founding Chair: Dorothy Block, M.A.
Founding Member: Christian Davenport, M.A.


Our logo represents the water of the Hutchinson Carving. This is the oldest known representational art in the entire state, part of a sample collected from excavations at the Hutchinson Site in Belle Glade, Florida. This investigation was carried out by the Palm Beach County Archaeologist, Christian Davenport, along with a team of students and volunteers in early 2017.