Oxbow Monthly Meeting

Meg Riestenberg, who has taught Geology and Biology classes at the Mount for over 30 years, will tell us some highlights of the Geology of our local area. The Greater Cincinnati area is world-famous for its 450 million-year-old Ordovician bedrock and fossils, as one can easily see when driving through the magnificent road-cuts in northern Kentucky. But the much more recent Ice Age has presented us with an invaluable legacy: deep-cut valleys, economically important gravels, extensive aquifers, superior farmland, and more!

To get to the Oxbow, Inc. Office take Highway US 50 south from the #16 exit of I-275. Pass the Hollywood Casino exit and turn left at the second stop light onto Walnut St. 301 Walnut is on the right side at the second stop light where Walnut changes from two way to one way. Free parking is available on Walnut St., Center St., and in the parking lot behind the building.) Note: If there is any questions about whether or not a program is cancelled due to weather, a notice will be posted on our home page. You may also call Kani Meyer at 513-307-5284.

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