From 10am until noon

At register for location

The Mount Washington Valley is a great place to see some of the outwash landforms created by the melting of the continental glacier during the Wisconsin glaciation. Participants will visit and learn how to identify the features of an esker, kettle hole pond and other glacial landforms. There will be an optional roadside visit to nearby kame terrace and delta deposits afterwards as well.

Space is limited and registration is required. Call 447-6991 to reserve a space. Suggested donation of $5/person; members are free.