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  • Land Sculpted by Water

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 01/14/2015 6:00 PM 01/14/2015 7:00 PM America/New_York Land Sculpted by Water

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015
    6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    Land Sculpted by Water
    Lecture by Josh Teeter, Environmental Educator for New York State Parks

    Members: Free, Not-Yet-Members: $10, Students: $5
    Advance reservations are requested by 5:00 p.m. on January 13th.

    Thank you for your interest, but this event is SOLD OUT.  Please consider joining us for a different program.

    To set the stage for upcoming water-focused exhibitions at The Rockwell, this program will educate participants on the critical role water played in the formation of the Finger Lakes Region.

    A unique combination of events spanning over 400 million years have led to the formation of the Finger Lakes landscape and its many gorges and waterfalls. Water is unparalleled in both beauty and force, and has sculpted the magnificent natural wonders we are so fortunate to have access to. Josh Teeter, Environmental Educator for the Finger Lakes Region of the New York State Parks, will show how water and the unique geology of the area have interacted over time to create natural areas that attract visitors from around the world. Please join us for this unique opportunity to take a closer look into the land that was and is being sculpted by water.

     

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015
    6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    Land Sculpted by Water
    Lecture by Josh Teeter, Environmental Educator for New York State Parks

    Members: Free, Not-Yet-Members: $10, Students: $5
    Advance reservations are requested by 5:00 p.m. on January 13th.

    Thank you for your interest, but this event is SOLD OUT.  Please consider joining us for a different program.

    To set the stage for upcoming water-focused exhibitions at The Rockwell, this program will educate participants on the critical role water played in the formation of the Finger Lakes Region.

    A unique combination of events spanning over 400 million years have led to the formation of the Finger Lakes landscape and its many gorges and waterfalls. Water is unparalleled in both beauty and force, and has sculpted the magnificent natural wonders we are so fortunate to have access to. Josh Teeter, Environmental Educator for the Finger Lakes Region of the New York State Parks, will show how water and the unique geology of the area have interacted over time to create natural areas that attract visitors from around the world. Please join us for this unique opportunity to take a closer look into the land that was and is being sculpted by water.