The Lake Lewis Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute will hold a free public lecture, given by Bruce Bjornstad, on Exploring the Ice Age Floods Through Science and Art at 7 p.m. Jan. 10 at the Benton County Public Utility District Building off 10th Avenue on Ely Street in Kennewick.
Admission is free.
The slide show will cover years of collaboration between Bjornstad and Oregon artist Steve Ominski along with inspiring images from ground and air that show the after effects of the Ice Age (Missoula) floods in the Mid-Columbia region.
Bjornstad holds a Masters of Science degree in geology from Eastern Washington University. He is a geologist with the Geosciences Group at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and is the author of the book On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods.
For more information, call George Last at 946-8050.