Arcadia Mill Calendar of Events

Lectures

Join us for free lectures in the Arcadia Mill Classroom 


10th annual Secrets of Santa Rosa: History and Archaeology in Your Backyard lecture series will be held every Saturday in October at 10:30 a.m. Attendees will receive free admission to Arcadia Homestead and the Visitor's Center & Museum!

Saturday, October 5
"Destination NHA: The Florida Panhandle Maritime National Heritage Area"
Mike Thomin, Florida Public Archaeology Network; Dr. Sorna Khakzad, UWF Askew Institute

Saturday, October 12-
"Hands-On History: Teaching Archaeology in Santa Rosa Cemeteries"
Rachel Hines, University of West Florida Department of Anthropology Graduate Student

Saturday, October 19-
"The Rise and Fall of Chumuckla Springs"
Jacki Wilson, UWF Historic Trust Archivist; Charles Booher, Northwest Florida Historian

Saturday, October 26-
"The Pine that Built the South"
Ad Platt, Longleaf Alliance

 

Are you looking for a speaker to present at a meeting or in a lecture series? Contact Arcadia Staff to request a presentation!

Arcadia Kids Crafts

Join us from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Arcadia Mill Classroom


The Story Tree with Miss Moss

10:30 to 11 a.m. under the heritage oak at Arcadia Homestead


Thank you to everyone who attended our summer reading program! We hope that Miss Moss will visit again soon for more fun under the story tree!

Traveling Exhibits

Check out the Arcadia Classroom for traveling exhibits


Heritage Monitoring Scouts: Learn about how you can help monitor heritage at risk in Florida, courtesy of the Florida Public Archaeology Network. 

Archaeology 101: Milton High and the Scott Site: Learn about Milton High School's archaeology program, courtesy of the Florida Public Archaeology Network.