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AAPS Conference 2019 (0103-AAPS Conf 2019)

AAPS Conference 2019

Mark Your Calendars!
AAPS 15th ANNUAL

 CONFERENCE ON ANCIENT AMERICA 
Oct. 4-6,
2019
Island Resort/Casino/
Convention Center, Harris MI
 
Phone Island Hotel direct
800-682-6040

Co-Sponsored by Wayne May
and Ancient American Magazine
Full registration includes your $25 Annual AAPS Membership

PLEASE NOTE:
This is an older format website, with limited security.
We shall be building a new site after convention.
For now, we suggest you PHONE IN YOUR CARD #s.
906-942-7865 or 810-299-5210
If you use PayPal, or mail a check, no problem.

Detailed Schedule & Day Pricing Below

    Our first four events at THE ISLAND went extremely well during the first October weekends of 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018.
We expect 2019 to be just as fine. Island management is very friendly and supportive, service & food are great, AV equipment needs and the facilities; All Excellent!

    Speakers/authors/researchers are eager to secure a slot to share their knowledge and seekers are eager to see and hear them.

   We have the entire space in the convention center for meals, exhibits, sales, activities and can seat up to 150 in the presentation room.

We have several new speakers and several of our favorites, and some updates on "old" topics:

* Joan Conover who will speak on the Mysterious, Complex, Canals and Earthworks of the Southern Mississippi, and their Connection to Ancient Copper Trade. Her article on similar canals and earthworks in the Amazon was in a recent Ancient American Magazine.

* Jay Wakefield, author-researcher, has been recently to Easter Island and will share some of the latest on "Rapa Nui" The Mysterious Moai Statues AND the Baleric Bronze; Etruscan Bronze of Spain.

* Ron Rademacher, will bring us some new analysis and interpretation of the "MacIntosh Stone"

* Dr. Lee Pennington, "The Brandenburg Stone: Ancient American Monument" This is an amazing stone that was found near Brandenburg, KY in 1912 and is one of the more controversial stones in America. It was featured on Scott Wolter's America Unearthed. 

* Wayne May, Publisher of Ancient American Magazine and co-sponsor of this event is urged to give us a good over-view of the "Michigan Tablets" aka "Michigan Relics". It's been a long time since we have seen a program on this important collection.

* Dave Gutkowski "Newly Discovered Megalithic Archaeoastronomy Site in North America" (Eastern Pennsylvania). Dave bought the land upon which all this stone treasure lies.

* Rick Osmon, Author/researcher always has something interesting to share. "A Very Long Canoe Ride; a direct route from Isle Royale to Poverty Point"

* Gerard Beaulieau - Found an out of place amphora near his home in Newfoundland and it changed his life. After networking with Lee Pennington and Judy, he has decided to share his research and learn from others.  "How Did a Roman Amphora Get to Newfoundland, and Where are The Red Paint People Today?"

* Larry Corrigan - Larry Corrigan, a professional woods-walker (sawyer) from the Keweenaw, found an object that is changing his life. He'll be sharing to see what you may think about his find: "Queztalcoatl in the Keweenaw?"

* Bob Kreipke & Crew, including Jo Lorichon: Report on recent research and significant discoveries in The  U.P., Keweenaw and Beaver Island.

* Earl Meshigaud - Director of the Potowatomi Cultural Center (aka Turtle Center) where they generously share space with us for the AAPS Collection, will share his knowledge about his people's history and how they came to what and who they are today. And how AAPS works synergistically with them.

* Karl Hoenke
- Population Replacement in Europe 5,000 – 4,000 BC; Impact on North America?

* Lon Kreiger - The Paleo-horse and Plow; and the Adena garden wheel in the creation of the ancient garden beds (Farming on an Industrial scaled around the Great Lakes-)

* Steve Spyrison Connecting the Dots; Exploring Plausibility of the Atlantean-Lemurian Mythologies

SUNDAY,
* Sarah Kohler with Tom Elmore: Updates and new stone finds on her land in Massachusetts.

We close the programs with our friends,
* Duane Kinnart and * Bruce Hardwick on Sunday morning. They listen through all the programs and are spirit-led to share their own thoughts. Ending by Noon

Check back here now and then for updates as we have them, regarding speakers etc.
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 2019- AAPS Conference Working Schedule
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Please refer to final schedule in your registration packet

 

Friday Oct 4
All Morning
   Coffee, Donuts (Thanks to anonymous donor)
7:45 - 8:45      Set-Ups, Seller, Exhibits

8:00 - 9:10      Registration (nametags, packets, data entry)

8:45 - 9:10      Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing

9:15 - 9:50      Welcome, Intros, AAPS Board, Guests-New & long term, VOTE AAPS Board.

Plus announcement from Ritchie Brown            
10:00 -10:55            Dave Gutkowski:
Newly discovered Megalithic Archaeoastronomy  Site in Eastern Pennsylvania
11:00-11:25          Ron Rademacher: New analysis of The MacIntosh Stone
11:30 – 11:50        Larry Corrigan: Quetzalcoatil in the Keweenaw?
12:00 - 1:30    Lunch, Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing

1:35 - 2:35            Gerard Beaulieu: How did a Roman Amphora get to Newfoundland and Where are the Red Paint People?

2:40 – 3:40            Steve Spyrison:  Connecting the Dots; Exploring plausibility of the Atlantean-Lemurian Myths

3:45 – 4:45            Lee Pennington: GUNUNG PADANG: MONUMENT TO ATLANTIS,
4:50 – 5:00      Short Break

5:00 - 6:15      Dinner, Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing

6:20 - 7:15            Wayne May: Michigan Relics & possible connection to Burrows Cave
7:20 - 7:50            Bob Kreipke, Jo Lorichon: Recent Keweenaw & Beaver Island research.

7:55 – 9:00            Panel Discussion with Dave, Ron, Steve, Lee, Gerard, Larry, Steve, Bob & Wayne

9:15 – 10:30    Story Telling: Let’s hear some mystery or mystical stories, NDEs...; curious things that have happened to you or someone close to you.

 

Saturday Oct. 5th
All Morning   
Coffee and Donuts

8:30 – 9:25      Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing

9:30 – 10:30          Jay Wakefield: "Rapa Nui" The Mysterious Moai Statues AND the Baleric Bronze; Etruscan Bronze of Spain.

10:30 – 10:45  Break

10:50 -  11:50       Joan Conover: Mysterious, Complex Canals and Earthworks of the Southern Mississippi and Connection to Ancient Copper Trade

Noon – 1:30    Lunch, Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing

1:40 – 2:30            Earl Meshigaud: History of the Hannahville Potawatomi, their growth, The Island, Turtle Center & AAPS

2:40 – 3:40            Lon Kreger: The Paleo-horse and Plow, and the Adena garden wheel in the creation of the ancient garden beds. (Farming on an industrial scale around pre-historic Great Lakes)

3:45 – 4:15      Sales room, Exhibits, Networking, Book-signing

4:20 – 4:55            Karl Hoenke: Population Replacement in Europe 5,000 – 4,000 BC; Impact on North America

5:00 – 10:00    Cash Bar in Central Hall (you are welcome to stay after programs for cocktails, beer, wine, and friendly discussions)       

5:00 – 6:30      Dinner, Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing

6:35 – 7:35            Rick Osmon: A Very Long Canoe Ride; A Direct Route from Isle Royale to Poverty Point

7:40 – 7:50      Short Break

7:55 – 9:00            Panel Discussion with Jay, Joan, Earl, Lon, Karl, Rick, Sarah, Bruce & Duane

9:00 – 9:15      Silent Auction Last Minute BIDS
9:15 – 9:45      Silent Auction check-outs

 

Sunday 6th

8:30 – 8:55      Sales room, Networking, Silent Auction, Exhibits, Book-signing
9:00 – 9:55            Sarah Kohler Updates and new stone finds on her land in Massachusetts
10:00 – 11:50      We close with our friends  Bruce Hardwick and Duane Kinnart their wisdom and observations...always a nice surprise.

Noon               Optional Lunch in Five Bridges – You buy your own meals
After Lunch     Turtle Center- half mile south of “Island” on Hannahville Road
to see AAPS Collection and the fine artifacts of the Hannahville Community
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Be sure your data is correct, upon Registration
First time registrants shall show ID

Name Badges must be worn at all times to enter programs, exhibits, sales....all AAPS areas in Convention Center.
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DAY PRICING & Single Meals
Admission fee includes all presentations, access to exhibits, sales and silent auction room, and Friday night Story-Telling (and drumming)

Friday Programs 9 am to 10 pm - $90
Sa
turday - 9 am to 10 pm - $90
Sunday
9:00- Noon - $30          
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VERY LIMITED Meal Tickets on site.
Please phone to reserve meals:
(20% tip + taxes already added in)

Lunch Ticket     $18 ea

Dinner Ticket    $30 ea



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