Woodstock Museum Program
To Focus on Sinkholes
Sinkholes—what they are, why they happen, where they occur, and the hazards they present—are the topic of the Woodstock Museum’s program meeting set for Thursday, September 6, at the Woodstock Town Hall. The speaker will be retired geologist Jack R. Moody, who spent more than 25 years with the Kentucky Geological Survey and the Kentucky Division of Water.
Now a resident of Shenandoah County, Moody will discuss the geological evolution of the area and its unique features.
The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers in the Woodstock Town Hall, 135 North Main Street, beginning at 7:00 PM with doors opening at 6:30.
The public is invited; no admission fee. For additional information, contact Barbara Kesser at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 540-335-2162.