I’m delighted to say that we now have a title for the IOTAS Course of Lectures for 2018:
The Goddess in Archaeology and Myth
The first session is from 7-9 pm on Monday 12 March at Crampton Tower Yard, High Street, Broadstairs CT10 2AB. On this course, we will be finding out about Goddesses from pre-history to recent history, Celtic Gods, Robin Hood and Maid Marion, Corn Dollies and Harvest Queens, Henges, and the origins of language and the alphabet, to mention just a few. Advance booking is essential to ensure your place. If you have already let us know you are interested, you will receive full details of the whole course very soon. If not, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
IOTAS will soon be publishing our programme for 2018!
*Keep a lookout on this page for details of our talks, outings and events for the New Year*
Our programme of talks starts on Monday 26 February, 7.00 for 7.45pm at Crampton Tower Yard, Broadstairs, CT10 2AB. The first talk is by a local Anglo-Saxon group – keep in touch and don’t miss it!