Register for this Johnson Creek Watershed Council event at Eventbrite.
The Johnson Creek Watershed contains volcanoes, Missoula flood deposits, and the oldest rocks in the Portland Metro. Though this dramatic geologic history is usually obscured by vegetation and development, the creek cuts a slice down through the geologic layer cake to reveal the rock formations underlying Gresham, Southeast Portland, and Milwaukie.
Grab a pint at the Eagle Eye Tavern and find out more at this science talk, by the GSOC's own Paul Edison-Lahm. This is a collaboration between GSOC and the Johnson Creek Watershed Council.
WHEN: Thursday, September 21 from 5:30-7:30 PM
Pints from 5:30-6:00,
Science talk is 6:00-7:00 PM
Q&A from 7:00-7:30
WHERE: Eagle Eye Tavern, 5836 Southeast 92nd Avenue. Located in the Lents Neighborhood right off highway I-205 and Exit 17 on 92nd street.
PARKING: The entrance to the parking lot is located directly north of the building off 92nd st.
PUBLIC TRANSIT: From the Trimet Green Line stop at the Lents/SE Foster Rd MAX Station, the tavern is just a 5 minute walk. From Foster street, head west and take a right at the signal/92nd street.
We look forward to seeing you there!