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Decoding the Driftless: Community Screening Event

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It seems like the word "Driftless" is everywhere!

What is it? Where is it? Why should you care?

The Mount Horeb Public Library, Mount Horeb Area Historical Society and Friends of Stewart Park—all with a shared mission of public education—invite you to a free screening of the multi-disciplinary documentary, “Decoding the Driftless: A Film of Science Exploration and Adventure,” to be held Monday, September 16 at 6:30pm at the Mount Horeb Public Library (105 Perimeter Road).

“Decoding the Driftless” by the Sustainable Driftless group, is a stunning cinematic achievement illuminating the geological, biological, historical and cultural dimensions of the globally unique landscape that we are lucky to call home.

Join us for a wild ride of adventure above, on, and below the amazing Driftless Region! Emmy-winning filmmakers capture fantastic footage, and weave it into a compelling story that will have audiences transfixed. You'll soar over ancient rugged bluffs, skim the surface of primordial rivers, venture deep underground to mysterious secret worlds, marvel at sacred archaeological treasures, and hang perilously over massive rock cliffs. One thing for sure, you’ll never forget this film, and you'll want to share it with everyone you know!

This event is family friendly, free and open to all, with financial support generously provided by the Mount Horeb Rotary Club.

Due to limited seating, registration is highly recommended though not required. Registration opens Thursday, August 15. To make your reservation, call 608-437-5021.

All who pre-register will be eligible to win one of four DVD copies of “Decoding the Driftless.” This free drawing will be held at the close of the event; you must be present to win

Earlier Event: September 14
Third Annual Kendall Fly-In
Later Event: September 20
Viola Horse and Colt Show