Suffolk County Archaeological Association

P.O. Box 1542
Stony Brook 11790
Phone: 631-929-8725
Fax: 631-929-8725
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The Suffolk County Archaeological Association is a non-profit organization that offers educational classes, programs, materials and film to promote the understanding of Long Island's history and archeology, both historic and prehistoric. A large variety of classes are offered in Smithtown and Commack that include cooking, carpentry, textile making, ethnobotany walk, and archeological site excavation. Check the website for more information on the available classes.


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