Volcanic Washington

Lecture: Discover Washington Lecture Series

Volcanic Washington - Mountaineers Tacoma Program Center

This class will highlight not only the famous volcanoes of Washington State but also many lesser known volcanic regions and volcanoes that reach further back in time.

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  • Thu, Jul 3, 2014
  • Tacoma Hiking & Backpacking Committee
  • Exploring Nature, Day Hiking, Urban Adventure
  • Singles, Youth, Families, Adults, Retired Rovers
  • Easy
  • 7/3/14 - Volcanic Washington:  Thursday, July 3, 2014, 7:00 p.m.  Please join us at the Tacoma Program Center for a one-hour look at the volcanic past of Washington State. This class will highlight not only the famous volcanoes of Washington State but also many lesser known volcanic regions and volcanoes that reach further back in time. This class is a great starting place for longtime residents and newly arrived people who would like to explore some of the best Washington State has to offer. Topics will include best places to view the formations left behind and how each feature was formed. David Kaynor, the instructor, is a member of the Geological Society of America. For more information about this class or registration, please contact David Kaynor at 360-688-6636 or e-mail him at dkrkaynor@live.com REGISTRATION IS DIRECTLY WITH DAVID KAYNOR; charge is $20.00 per person.
  • 7/3/14 - Volcanic Washington:  Thursday, July 3, 2014, 7:00 p.m.  Please join us at the Tacoma Program Center for a one-hour look at the volcanic past of Washington State. This class will highlight not only the famous volcanoes of Washington State but also many lesser known volcanic regions and volcanoes that reach further back in time. This class is a great starting place for longtime residents and newly arrived people who would like to explore some of the best Washington State has to offer. Topics will include best places to view the formations left behind and how each feature was formed. David Kaynor, the instructor, is a member of the Geological Society of America. For more information about this class or registration, please contact David Kaynor at 360-688-6636 or e-mail him at dkrkaynor@live.com REGISTRATION IS DIRECTLY WITH DAVID KAYNOR; charge is $20.00 per person.
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Mountaineers Tacoma Program Center


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