“Two Special Rocks” program at the Pisgah Center

“Two Special Rocks,” a program on how Looking Glass and John Rock were formed, will be held on Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education.

The program will discuss what the rocks are made of and what plants and wildlife call these special environments home. This program, which is free and open to ages 8 and older, provides an introduction to the geology and associated plants and wildlife in the area. Space is limited; pre-registration is required.

828.877.4423 or www.ncwildlife.org/Education_Workshops/Pisgah_Center.htm.

The Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education is located near Brevard on the Davidson River. The center is adjacent to the N.C. Wildlife Commission’s Bobby N. Setzer Fish Hatchery.

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