Date:
2019-04-18

Time From:
6:00 pm

Time To:
7:00 pm

Cost:
$10/Free for Members

Location:
The Works

Join us in the SciDome for an evening of captivating science and entertainment! On the third Thursday of each month, hear from dynamic speakers about current science topics. Aimed toward adults who have a craving for lifelong learning, these sessions are sure to get your gears turning. Grab a seat, relax, and get an inside view of the science that makes our world.

Apr 18 – The Newark Earthworks: One of the World’s Ancient Wonders

Dr. Bradley T. Lepper, Ohio History Connection

The Newark Earthworks are the largest set of geometric enclosures and mounds in the world. The work of the Hopewell people who lived in Ohio circa A.D. 1-400, these geometric earthworks covered nearly five square miles, using more than seven million cubic feet of earth. Why did the Hopewell build such monumental works? Were they prehistoric forts or ancient American cathedrals?

Reservations Recommended – Limited Seating. This program is geared toward adults. Register here.