Palm Beach County Anthropological Society

Palm Beach County Anthropological 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


PBCAS 2021/2022 Lecture Series
This season’s lecture series will be VIRTUAL only. If you wish to receive a link to attend, please email or text 561-739-2011. Zoom links for talks will be provided shortly before the presentations.

November 18  6:30 PM: LITTLE SALT SPRING: An Archaic Period Mortuary Pond in Sarasota County. Presented by Sarasota County Archaeologist Steve Koski.

December: Happy Holidays! No lecture.

January 27  6:30 PM: Dining al fresco: A Zooarchaeological Examination of Food Remains at Boca Raton Inlet, Palm Beach County. Presented by Archaeologist Dr. April Watson .

February 24  6:30 PM: Indians and Europeans; Documents and Artifacts: Uncovering the Two Hundred Year History of Spanish Florida’s Missions. Presented (live from New York!) by celebrated author and archaeologist Dr. Jerald Milanich, of the Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida.