Tuesday, September 13, 2016


The time is upon us once again - join us at the lucky lab this Wednesday for a unique perspective on the beloved Deschutes River country!

WHEN: Wednesday, September 14, 2016
WHERE: Lucky Lab Public House [Multnomah Village]
WHAT TIME: 6:30 p.m. [with 7:00 p.m. official program start]
cott Richmond - "Ancient geology and biology of the Deschutes country"
Did you know that the Deschutes Country was once home to carnivores bigger than polar bears, large scimitar-toothed cats, and the pig from hell? That a major tributary
flows through Oregon's largest--and most unknown--volcano? That Maupin may be the hinge on which the entire Pacific Northwest swings? That the Deschutes was once a meandering river with no canyon—and may have flowed east to west, not south to north? That central Oregon used to be a low-lying swamp? Scott Richmond, author of Fishing Oregon's Deschutes River and River in the Sun, takes you on an exciting journey into your favorite river's incredible history from the origins of Oregon to the arrival of humans!
WHAT to BRING: a smile and a friend if you wish!