SEMVA Artists present The Minnesota Driftless Area in art!
Tuesday April 25, 7 pm
at the Kahler Grand Hotel, mezzanine level.
The Driftless Area is a large geological region in Minnesota, Wisconsin, northwestern Illinois, and northeastern Iowa that was never glaciated. It is known for rolling hills, exposed rock, and karst landscape which produces caves, ridges, towers, fissures and sinkholes.
SEMVA artists will explain the Driftless geology, landscapes and wildlife in the area while showing their artwork related to this unique region of America. Refreshments will be served.