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Since the book's release in May of 2013, the authors have been responding to invitations all over the state to bring geology to the public. In addition to telling the science behind top nature destinations all over the state, there have been programs on geology's influence on the Civil War, Georgia's gold rush, and the origin of mountain scenery. If there is an opportunity for a geology walk, that is part of the program as well.

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Following are programs currently scheduled by the authors of Roadside Geology of Georgia. For descriptions and pictures of events, visit the Facebook page.

 

Date/Time

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Presentation
(Witherspoon unless noted)


Tue., Nov. 5,
6:30 PM

Northlake-Barbara Loar Library, Tucker
Registration using form below appreciated

 

The Buzzard’s Wings: Recent Insights into the Shaping of the South’s Mountains for Friends of Northlake Library
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Sat., Nov. 9,
10:30 & 12:30

Douthit Bridge Rd, 30132 (off GA 61 S. of Cartersville)
Registration using form below appreciated

 

From Etowah Mounds to Tinted Sidewalks: How Geology Made Cartersville for Pettit Preserve
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Sat., Nov. 9,
11:30 & 1:30

Douthit Bridge Rd, 30132 (off GA 61 S. of Cartersville)
Registration using form below appreciated

 

Geology Walk for Pettit Preserve
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