SPECIAL- AAPS offers FREE Registration to Active Students and Educators
You Must PRE-Register to be assured of a seat, and to receive your packet and name tag.
Identification on site is required. Meals are not free. You pre-buy those.
2016 AAPS 12th Annual Conf. on Ancient America
October 7-9, 2016
Island Resort/casino/Convention Center
Please book your hotel room using AAPS and/or Block #12G8P9 to get your discount rates.
Oct 5, 6 , & 9 - $85.50
Oct 7 & 8 - $111.66
Bonus: $20 casino package. Each day you must pick up your coupons from the hotel desk, and "cash" them at nearby Player's Club. This will cover most breakfast choices in their restaurants. Plus gambling chits, if you wish to try your luck.
Hotel Phone- 800-682-6040
2015 was the first in the new venue and we are very happy with the facilities, the food, the staff and service!
Our speakers were super, and the guests delightful. Drumming circle was fun and very special, great exhibits...more review and lots of photos can be seen on our Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/ under Ancient Artifact Preservation Society
Registration FEE- We shall be using -and paying for- the entire conference center space as we expect this to quickly grow.
Registration fee is $185 which includes your annual membership fee of $25. Couples registering may deduct $25 from their total as one member fee covers both.
Meal package is just $85 per person. Meal registration link:
7:30-9:00 am Registration and exhibit/sales room set-ups. All attendees must wear ID tags to participate.
9:15-9:30 AAPS Welcome, Introductions...
9:30- 10:00 Networking, Exhibits, Sales, Silent Auction
10:am - 9:30 pm Speakers, exhibits, lunch and dinner. One speaker after dinner, followed by panel discussion
9:30 - 11:00 pm Drumming around fire-pit and tribal youth dancers
8:30 am - 9:30 pm Speakers, exhibits, lunch and dinner. One speaker after dinner, followed by panel discussion
9:00 am to 12:30 pm- one speaker, and closing with Bruce and Duane
The nearby "Turtle" Cultural Center will be opened Sunday afternoon for our attendees who wish to go.
(Note, the usually closed-on-Sunday Five Bridges Steak & Seafood House will be open for our group to purchase lunches, as we are pretty hungry by then, and the food there is VERY good. And it's a no-smoking closed room.)
Speakers booked to date, topics to come, or subject to change:
* Lee Pennington GUNUNG PADANG: MONUMENT TO ATLANTIS.
* Bruce Cunningham (perhaps- Underwater Cities of Indonesia)
* Arthur Faram (Geoglyphology & Ancient Knights Templar; Unknown evidences in Americas)
* Mary Sutherland (Author) Red Haired Giants
* Bruce Hardwick & Duane Kinnart (Ojibway -human- Wisdoms)
* Don McMahon "The Great Copper Routes from Egypt to America; Epigraphic evidences 3,000 BC!"
*Frank Joseph (Tributes to John White and David Hoffman)
* Stephen Knapp (Buddhist evidences in Ancient America)
* Bob Kriepke, Ford Motor Co. Historian (Latest discoveries on ancient copper of the UP)
* Wayne May His programs are always well presented and very interesting. He's most expert at Hopewell-Adena mounds and artifacts.
* Anita Meyer (New data on Paleo and Ancient Hebrew writings, and connection to America... and newly discovered ways to pronounce and read old Hebrew symbols.)
* Hutton Pulitzer Exciting Ancient Med. finds in Nova Scotia & Newfoundland, Out of Place "OopArt" Artifacts and BOPing Archaeology.
* (Scott Wolter sends his love and regrets that he has a conflict speaking at another big event the same weekend.)
* Jay Wakefield Bronze Age colornies in the Azores and the Canaries
* Dr. Carl Johanneson – How Pre-columbian Sailors Changed World History