Project Description

December | Glacial history of Vermont

Who: Adults (kids welcome if accompanied by an adult)
When: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7-8pm
Where: CORE Building (20 Allen St, Burlington), parking lot on North St between Murray & Elmwood
Cost: $5-15 suggested donation, all proceeds go to support Crow’s Path. While you don’t need to register, an RSVP helps us plan for the event.

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Topic this month

25,000 years ago, Vermont was under 5,000′ of ice. The glaciers pushed as far south as Long Island, dramatically reshaping Vermont’s landscape. This month we’ll look at evidence that the glaciers left behind as they scoured over our landscape.

Do I need to register?

Nope. The lectures are open to the public (with a suggested donation of $5-15). Free to Patreon members. While you don’t need to register, an RSVP helps us plan for the event.

Where and when does it meet?

Lectures will begin in January 2020. They’re scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month, from 7-8pm! Street parking is available on Allen St. There’s also a parking lot on North Ave between Murray and Elmwood.

Who is this for?

The program is geared towards adults. All naturalists, novice and expert alike, are welcome! Kids can join as well, but should be accompanied by an adult.

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