Decoding the Driftless - a documentary

Monday, April 22nd
Glacier Creek Middle School Cafetorium
2800 Military Rd, Cross Plains, WI

SIGN UP IS REQUIRED FOR THIS FREE PROGRAM!
Call 798-3881 or contact Kris at kloman@rgpl.org to reserve your seat!


Doors Open at 6:00 PM
Film at 6:30 PM

Celebrate Earth Day by joining us for the free screening of what the Wisconsin State Journal calls, "A Film to Knock People's Socks Off"! Enjoy a wild ride of adventure from the air, ground, water, and a secret underworld as leading scientists, local guides, and area enthusiasts reveal their passion for, and knowledge of, the Driftless. Learn why the beautiful region we live in is the only "island driftless region" in the world. After the film, award-winning co-producer, George Howe, will join us for a Q&A. Click on our links to learn more about the film and the driftless area. Funding for this film is provided by the Rosemary Garfoot Public Library and a Beyond the Page National Endowment for the Humanities grant with special thanks to the Madison Community Foundation. Our partners are the Gateway to the Driftless organization, the Black Earth Public Library, and the Mazomanie Free Library.

When: 
Monday, April 22, 2019 - 6:30pm
Where: 
Glacier Creek Middle School Cafetorium, 2800 Military Rd., Cross Plains, WI 53528