Carolyn Summers Book Signing April 6

SAVE THE DATE Saturday, April 6 (midday time to be determined)

Book Signing with Carolyn Summers, author of “Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East”, newly revised and expanded 2023. A great opportunity to meet Carolyn of Flying Trillium Gardens and Preserve and get recommendations for the best native […]

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Guided History Hike March 24

Sunday, March 24, 3:30 PM: Guided History Hike at Walnut Mt., Liberty, Join Lisa Lyons and Ruth Huggler for a trip back in time to 1886-87 when the Walnut Mountain House was built at the summit of Walnut Mountain while we walk to its remaining foundation. A 60-minute (approx. 1 mile) round-trip walk along […]

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Store Closed for Winter Gear Testing Week March 2-8

Morgan Outdoors will be closed for a short Winter Break from March 2 to 8!

It’s known as “Winter Gear Testing Week” because that’s what we will be doing! Need to make sure our winter gear is top notch!!

OPEN again on Saturday, March 9, ready to tell you travel tales and give you gear reviews

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Model Train Club OPEN HOUSE on March 2

LOCAL MODEL TRAIN CLUB HOSTS OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, March 2nd, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you’re invited to visit the Catskill Society of Model Engineers at 11 Maple Street, Liberty NY (between Elks Lodge and Jeff Bank.)

You will see an operating historical representation of the New York, Ontario, and Western Railway traversing Sullivan and […]

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SnO&W Snowshoe Run + Walk, Feb. 24

Join us for the 4th AnnualSnO&W Snowshoe Walk & Runalong the historic O&W Rail Trail in HurleyvilleSaturday, February 24, 2024 at 10 AMO&W Rail Trail Entrance | 212 Main Street, HurleyvilleOff-street parking available; leashed dogs welcomeParticipants are encouraged to bring their own snowshoes or similar gear ifthey have them.

The first 20 people to […]

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Snowshoeing Basics, Feb. 3

SNOWSHOEING BASICS INDOORS

Curious about snowshoeing? Find out more about it at our free workshop “Snowshoeing Basics” on Saturday, Feb. 3 at 10:00 AM. This relaxed 30-minute indoor session will cover how snowshoes work, what to wear, where to go, and cool ways to have fun!

Snowshoeing is suitable for a wide range of ages, starting with […]

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Meet The Conductor, Dec. 30

WE HAD A GREAT MEET & GREAT WITH CONDUCTOR, Charlie Sanborn!

Charlie graciously agreed to extend his loan of “Tunnel Park” for another two weeks!!! So stop by to enjoy it anytime Even when we are closed and the train is sleeping, the beautiful village has lots of lights on!! (dated 12/31/23)

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First Day Hike – Jan. 1 2024

First Day Hike 2024

A winter wonderland!

First Day Hike 2024

January 1, 2024, at 2:00 PM: You’re invited to celebrate the New Year with some fresh air and a little exercise! We’re leading a 2.2-mile hike (or snowshoe, if Mother Nature provides) at Frick Pond in Willowemoc Wild Forest near Livingston Manor. The outing is inviting […]

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History and Fall Foliage Hike Nov. 5!

NEW DATE!!

Sunday, November 5, at 3:00 p.m., the public is invited to join a Guided History and Fall Foliage Hike at Walnut Mountain Park in Liberty, NY. This will be a 60-minute (approx. 1 mile) round-trip walk along wide, gently uphill carriage roads. The trip leaders are volunteers Lisa Lyons and Ruth Huggler, with […]

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Topo Map Reading for beginners – Oct. 5

Thursday, October 5, 5:30 – 6:30 PM

Topo Map Workshop How are your topo map reading skills?  If the answer is “rusty” or “what’s a topo map?”, come sit around the map table with us and brush up on the meaning of topographic contour lines!

This old-school skill is super useful when electronics fail AND lots […]

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