Event Details

Location: Tucson, AZ



Cordially Invites You to

Explore One of the World’s Ancient and Enduring Mysteries!



Friday, February 7, 2020



Dr. Terry Hunt
Dean of UA Honors College and Professor of Anthropology

The ‘Walking’ Statues of Rapa Nui Easter Island)

Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, is world-renowned for its mysterious giant statues. Nearly 1000 of the statues exist, provoking generations of questions on how these statues came to be carved and moved into position. Drawing on nearly two decades of field research, Dr. Hunt will show us how these multi-ton megalithic giants were transported and placed, leaving us with a better understanding of many aspects of Easter Island’s remarkable prehistory.

Dr. Hunt is the co-author of The Statues that Walked: Unraveling the Mystery of Easter Island, and his work was the focus of a National Geographic Magazine cover story in July 2012 and a NOVA-National Geographic TV documentary that first aired on PBS in November 2012.

Please join us in uncovering the answer to this fascinating mystery!

2200 E Elm Street (between Campbell & Tucson Blvd)

Registration begins at 11:30 AM in The Arizona Inn (Tucson Room)

When you RSVP (see below) please tell us if you would prefer the “Vegetarian/Vegan” selection. Since this is a plated luncheon, the main course will be “Chef’s Choice.”

Free parking is easy and convenient, across the street from the main entrance to the Arizona Inn.

RSVP: To yaleclub.arizona@gmail.com by February 4, 2020.
$30 at the door (cash or check)

Registration starts 11:30 A.M. at the Arizona Inn (Tucson Room)

Lunch will be served at NOON

Dear Friend, please treat your reservation as a commitment and notify us if you are unable to attend. Thank you.

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