The CURFA members are invited to attend a Lecture by Ruth and Ken Wright at the CU Museum of Natural History on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 7 P.M.

The museum is at 15th Street and Broadway in the Henderson Building, just west of the University Memorial Center (UMC). We are open every day.

Limited parking is available to the public in lot #208 on the south side of the museum. after 5 p.m., the cost is $4 at this and all CU parking lots.

Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) Lecture Series

Wednesday, Sept. 4, 7 p.m.
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History

Paleontology Hall

"Ollantaytambo's Ancient Water Temple"

Ruth and Ken Wright

An ancient temple in Peru's Sacred Valley, the Incamisana, was built for the Inca worship of water.

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Join Ruth and Ken Wright from the Wright Paleohydrological Institute as they describe their recent field research with an illustrated lecture. You will experience the ancient mountainside canals and terraces, flowing temple fountains, underground conduits and exquisite cliff side rock carvings as if you were there.

Come early and peruse the museum's newest exhibitions.

For more information, to sign up for regular updates or to become a museum member visit: http://CUmuseum.colorado.edu or call 303-492-6892

The Museum welcomes CURFA members to this interesting lecture about an archeological site close to Macchu Picchu, a famous site in Peru, South America. Hope to see you there.

Regards,

David Kassoy,
Vice-President of CURFA