I'm presenting "Ellensburg's Famous Blue Agates" this Wednesday, May 15, 2013. 7:00 pm at Hal Holmes Center @ Ellensburg Public Library (209 N. Ruby St). Free and open to all!
These new lectures will feature a mix of chalkboard drawing, photos, maps, and plenty of video clips. In addition to video clips from KCWU-TV's 'Central Rocks' programs, we will debut episodes from a brand-new '2 Minute Geology' video series created for HUGEfloods.com .
Wed, May 22 Gingko Petrified Forest
Wed, May 29 Yakima River Canyon
Wed, June 5 Wenatchee Ice Age Floods
Wed, June 12 Palouse Falls
Thanks to the Ellensburg Pubic Library and the Cole Charitable Trust for sponsoring this lecture series. Should be fun!
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