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.
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.