Marble manufacturing began in Ohio, making the Great Lakes region a desirable hunting ground. This lecture will explore the origins and history of beach marbles. Mary explains why marbles wash up on beaches around the world and will share her collection from over 20 international countries and waterways.
Brian Gula, Environmental Education Specialist - Take a ride through history with legendary hermit of Presque Isle, Joe Root. This captivating story of Joe Root’s life in the late 1800’s will be told in first person narration. Entertainment for all!
What treasures and history lie within your collection? Pure Sea Glass author Richard LaMotte takes you from the basics to the next level of sea glass identification. Following this lecture, you should be able to uncover hidden clues you never knew were there.
With every piece of sea glass found, a spontaneous reaction occurs. That reaction is based on the color of your treasured find! But what is that color’s name? Wanting an easy and recognizable reference guide, Meg Carter created the Carter Sea Glass Color and Rarity chart. Learn all about the process and story behind the creation directly from the artist.
Join Scott once again as he ‘wows’ the audience with his uncanny style and charm. Scott’s fascinating collection of beach surprises will inspire you to re-think your next beach combing adventure! Fun, factual and informative!