Join us for a discussion of our local geological formations and history with Professor Kelvin Rodolfo.
We will explore unique local karst features – including a sandstone cave and a weeping bluff – and discuss what these underground water-flows mean for our land use, and our health and safety.
*Please come prepared for walking through fields, woods, and sun exposure.
-Free and family-friendly.
-Bring own refreshments.
PLEASE NOTE our COVID 19 event safety protocols:
– We will have spare masks for those who do not have them, but we strongly encourage folks to bring their own PPE.
– We will be maintaining safe (6 feet +) distancing between family units, so please be conscious of people’s bubble.
– We will have alcohol-based sanitizer readily available, but personal supplies are encouraged as well.
– We fully expect these protocols, and the outdoor nature of the event, to greatly minimize chance of exposure, but there are no guarantees. We understand if you do not feel comfortable joining us this year, and will keep you posted with other learning opportunities in the future.
Directions: We will meet at Kramer Quarry coordinates: 43.176268,-90.795313 (pictured below). Then we will caravan shortly to another local spot to see more of our Karst geology.
For more info contact Coordinator: