You can bring the current photography exhibition “Catskill Rivers & Trails” at Morgan Outdoors to life. Sunday, August 13, 10:00am come hike to the pond on the Shavertown Trail overlooking Pepacton Reservoir. Did you know Pepacton is actually the East Branch of the Delaware River? Total hike length is 2.3 miles. The trail leads to a beautiful view. More details at Morgan Outdoors RSVP: at (845) 439-5507 or email back.
Opening Reception July 22 at 9am – Paintings of trout by watercolorist Steven Weinberg will be exhibited in the Wulff Gallery at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum in Livingston Manor from July 19 through September 5. Opening reception will be held of July 22 at 9am. Steven Weinberg also writes and illustrates kids’ books when he’s not fly fishing in the Catskills and he and his wife run Spruceton Inn in West Kill, NY. For more about his work, go to stevenweinbergstudio.com.
Have you seen our special exhibition of photographs from the book “Land of Little Rivers” by Austin McK. Francis?
The exhibition includes stunningly beautiful photographs of the Beaverkill, Willowemoc, Neversink, East Branch, Esopus and West Kill by Enrico Ferorelli, on loan from the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum. And our map display illustrates the wealth of public trails throughout the Catskill Park. A tribute to the natural beauty of the Catskills and a great room to relax or host a meeting in.
Stay tuned for details on our guided hikes, July 30 and August 13th, and a program on the wonderful skill of reading topographic maps in early August.
Mondays at 5:45 pm During July, we’re holding hiking pole clinics on Mondays. They are free and will give you a chance to sample the great things hiking poles can add to your walking/hiking experience. All participants score a 25% off coupon, good for all Leki and Kelty poles in stock. To RSVP and ask any questions, call 845 439 5507.
Morgan Outdoors is psyched to host the free program “Invasive Plants – Who Gave Them A Passport Anyway?” with Sullivan Renaissance Horticulturist Diana Weiner,
Saturday, July 8 from 10:30am to 12:00pm
The program begins indoors at Morgan Outdoors and continue outdoors in Livingston Manor’s Renaissance Park, with its native plant garden and examples of invasive plants.
Diana presented this topic at the Philadelphia Flower Show!
Details & Registration: http://morgan-outdoors.com/?p=1512
The 45-minute film “Jupiter: The Giant Planet” at Morgan Outdoors will be followed by “Jupitergazing“out on the sidewalk with fantastic telescopes.At both previous Astronomy Movie Nights the skies cleared just in time for the viewing so let’s make it 3 for 3! RSVP ASAP so we have enough chairs for everyone. Happy Spring!
Bring a shovel, bucket, gloves and broom and join the Livingston Manor Renaissance in their annual clean sweep (literally). Help wash those Winter dusties away and get ready for the Spring & Summer seasons. All are welcome.