Spring Lecture Series: Rocks and Rock Formations in Grey and Bruce
An illlustrated talk on the rich variety of rock formations in our own backyard. Looking at cliffs, crevices, erratics and a variety of features that make up the Niagara Escarpment. A chance to appreciate and learn more about these amazing structures.
Bob Knapp is most at home in the rich area of the Niagara Escarpment. He moved to Grey County in 1970 because of his interest in the Escarpment and Bruce Trail. Now that he is retired from his teaching job, he spends lots of time hiking and appreciating all that our area has to offer. He is presently Land Steward Director for the Sydenham Bruce Trail Club. He is also Co-Chair of Friends of Hibou volunteer group, and is one of the original founders of the Hibou Conservation Area. Bob is an advocate for preserving the splendour of our area, and is pleased to share his project on looking at escarpment rocks and formations.
This presentation is part of our Spring Lecture Series taking place on Tuesday afternoons from March 19 through April 9 at 2:30 pm in our Theatre. Complimentary refreshments following.