Monday, March 30, 2015, 10:30 am - 12:00 noon
South Hill Library meeting room
3324 South Perry, Spokane
Eileen of the Ice Age Flood Institute will be examining the last Ice Age (18,000 - 12,000 years ago) when cataclysmic floods inundated portions of the Pacific Northwest from Glacial Lake Missoula, pluvial Lake Bonneville, and perhaps from subglacial outbursts. Come get your questions answered! What was the area like before the floods? How and why did the floods occur? What effect did they have on the land and it's inhabitants? When and where did this take place? What can we observe today in the Northwest that shows us signs of the floods?
Tour limits: 40 kids
Note from Eileen of the Ice Age Flood Institute: "This will be a scientific explanation of what happened and will not reflect the Creationist view of the floods."