It’s an opportunity to visit with friends while enjoying a variety of music including jazz, blues, and 60s to 80s pop performed by Steve Brown.

It’s also an opportunity to enjoy a dinner while listening to guest speaker Jim McCormac – author, naturalist, and photographer, who has worked in the field of conservation for over 30 years. In his program Wild Ohio: The Best of Our Natural Heritage, which is based on his book of the same name, he will take you on a pictorial adventure through Ohio’s rarest habitats.

The Richland Soil & Water Annual Celebration will take place on Thursday, November 2 starting at 5:00 PM at the Richland County Longview Center, 1495 West Longview Avenue.

Reservations are $20 for adults and $10 for those aged 16 and under, and must be made on or before October 26. To do and for more information, visit www.richlandswcd.net.

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