Monthly meetings are held on the second      
Friday of the month at The Portola Community
Center,  45-480 Portola Ave.    Palm Desert.

  • Meeting starts at 6:30 PM
  •  Program follows short meeting
  • No meetings during June, July, August
      and September -
  •  For more information e-mail CVAS    
      President, Britt Wilson at  
Coachella Valley Archaeological Society (CVAS)

Due to Covid 19 restrictions, CVAS will not be conducting
in-person membership meetings for the balance of 2020;
however, we will offer our speaker presentations via
Zoom on our regularly scheduled meeting dates (2nd
Friday of each month at 6:30 p.m.)   Contact us at for Zoom information.

November 13th Guest Speakers
Anne and George Stoll
"A Zimbabwe Love Story:  San
Rock Art and
40 Years of Copying."  
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Anne Q. Stoll
, M.A. anthropology, enjoyed a professional
career as a field archaeologist, writer, editor, instructor,
and lecturer in archaeology and anthropology beginning in
1984. In 1999 she joined the cultural resources staff at
Statistical Research Inc., Redlands, where she
participated in more than a dozen major and uncounted
minor archaeological undertakings for private and
government clients. She remains a Research Associate
with this organization. Since retirement, she has
maintained an active interest in prehistoric rock art
research, presenting and publishing papers on African,
Mexican and Brazilian sites and speaking for a wide
spectrum of audiences.

George Stoll, Ph.D., emeritus professor of Chemical and
Materials Engineering at California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona, has pursued an avid interest in
outdoor photography for over 45 years. Together with his
wife, Anne, George has photo-documented many
hundreds of painted and incised parietal art sites in the
American West and around the world.