Saturday afternoon we are organizing a fieldtrip (sessions will be held only on Saturday morning). We will leave the Université de Montréal around 1 pm. We are going to visit an archaeological site that the archaeologists of the Université de Montréal have been excavating on for a decade. It is a 15th century Iroquoian village called Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha. There is an interpretation centre and a reconstructed Iroquoian village complete with palisade and longhouses (http://www.sitedroulers.ca/site-fr/). You will be accompanied by an expert guide during the visit. Afterwards we will go have dinner at the sugar shack or cabane à sucre (https://www.facebook.com/ErabliereMaxime/). The cabane à sucre is a meal and social gathering that marks the end of winter in Quebec. The traditional meal is based on maple syrup which flows at this time of the year. We hope to be back at the university by 8 pm. You will have to pay for the fieldtrip when you register online using PayPal. You will see the option to add the payment for the fieldtrip.