Loveland Archaeological Society

Promoting the study of archaeology by its members as it pertains to Native American cultures in the American West.


Stone Age Fair

The Fair features displays of Indian artifacts from a large area of the U.S., including the states of Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, and frequently from other states.  Programs are presented each year by noted professional archaeologists and very knowledgeable amateurs.

Image of the Cornish School

The Stone Age Fair has a long and distinguished history.

Bob Patten

His life and legacy, Patten had one foot planted firmly in the population of citizen scientists, avocational archaeologists, and hobby knappers.

Fair Sponsorship

Be part of a cultural and historical tradition that started in a one-room rural schoolhouse over 75 years ago and continues today.


There is more than one scholarship opportunity available through the Loveland Archaeological Society. Be sure to see what’s available.


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Stone Age Fairs from the past.

Join Our Mission

Includes people of all ages, from all walks of life, and all parts of Colorado, Wyoming, and elsewhere.

Although their knowledge base may vary, they all share a common thread-that of the love for archaeology and the friendship of the organization’s members.

Become a member and get a share of a legacy.