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!
Additional info for NEW Geology Lectures at Hal Holmes Center with Nick Zentner
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