We’re celebrating Morgan Outdoors’ 9th birthday this week! We’re now open 7 DAYS A WEEK to better serve you and all the wonderful visitors to our area!
HANGING IN A TREE
Sunday, July 6th 1 PM You’re invited to “Get Away in a Hammock”, a short workshop about the joys of sleeping up in the air. There’s something about rocking in midair that makes hammocks synonymous with SUMMER RELAXATION.
We’ll cover: types of hammocks – from simple styles to camping models with rain fly and mosquito netting; the best ways to put them up; and how to outfit them for maximum enjoyment. Experienced hammock campers are invited come to share ideas. RSVPs appreciated; call us at 845 439 5507
4th OF JULY SALE
Friday, Saturday and Sunday all products MADE IN THE USA are 25% off. Keen’s NoPo boot made in Portland Oregon, Nalgene and Platypus water bottles, Wigwam and Dahlgren socks, body care products from Peace Valley Lavender, Badger, All Terrain, Kiss My Face, and Heirloom Botanicals, Duke Pottery and Rivendell Pottery, Glenn Carlson’s hand-carved walking sticks . . .and the list goes on.
EYE SPY AN ARTIST
Come to the Livingston Manor Artwalk/Chalkwalk on Saturday, July 5th. Meet botanical illustrator Wendy Hollender here from 2 to 4pm and enjoy her show “Edible Plants – Wild & Cultivated” ” now extended to July 21st! Play the Eye Spy game, which gets you to look more closely at the exhibition. All correct entries enter drawing ton win the new book Wendy illustrated, “Foraging & Feasting – a Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook.”
Come join us Saturday, July 12th at 10:30am for a special trail running event with 3 magic ingredients – Merrell Footwear – Ridgeback Sports – Parksville Rail Trail. You don’t need to be a runner to enjoy yourself. Our fabulous Merrell rep Kyla is bringing 2 styles of Merrell trail running shoes for men and women to try. The amazing TJ and Stefanie from Ridgeback Sports in Callicoon will give a quick clinic, and this 1.3-mile section of rail trail along the Little Beaverkill is waiting for you to discover it. Everyone who tries shoes is in the running to win a FREE PAIR of $120 Merrells! Details on attached FLYER.
Saturday, July 12th at 11:30 am Come to Growing Native: Gardening with Native Plants – exotic species to avoid in your garden, and some great native alternatives. Presentation runs from 11:30-12:15 at Morgan Outdoors, followed by a planting session in Renaissance Park next door. Children welcome. RSVP at 845 439 5507. Refreshments, games, and free educational material will be available.
July 7 – 12 is NY Native Species Awareness Week. We’re excited to host Molly Marquand of the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership for this free program.
GEOCACHING FOR ALL AGES
Come join us Saturday, July 19th 10 – 1 pm for a Geocaching for Adults and Families, Meet at Morgan Outdoors for an interactive program of topo map and GPS use, then travel to Frick Pond hiking trail near Mongaup Campground for a Geocacching adventure. Children 10 and up are welcome, accompanied by an adult. To register, call Livingston Manor Library at 845 439 5540.
On exhibit: “Edible Plants – Wild & Cultivated” botanical art by Wendy Hollender. including prints from “Foraging and Feasting; A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook.”
Five Fire Tower Passport: Stop by for driving directions and your passport to high places. The 6th annual Passport is sponsored by Morgan Outdoors, badges courtesy of the Watershed Post
Saturday, July 5th 2:00 am – 4:00 pm Meet Botanical illustrator Wendy Hollender – at Morgan Outdoors and enjoy her show “Edible Plants – Wild & Cultivated” as part of Livingston Manor Artwalk from 10 to 4 on Main & Pearl Streets, Renaissance Park and in CAS and shops.
Sunday, July 6th 1 PM: Get Away in a Hammock. From a relaxing nap to becoming your new tent, hammocks are a great place to hang out. This workshop will get you started. Experienced hammock campers are invited to come share ideas.
Sunday, July 6th 12-2 pm Educational walk through the Minisink Battleground, off Scenic Byway Rt.97 on County Road 168 in Barryville, NY A TrailKeeper.org event!
Saturday, July 12th 10:30am – 12:00pm: Our 1st trail running event with Merrell and Ridgeback Sports on the Parksville Rail Trail. *** FLYER attached!
Saturday, July 12th 11:30am – 12:15pm Growing Native: Gardening with native plants with Molly Marquand, followed by planting party in nearby Renaissance Park.
Friday, July 25th 7:00 pm: First Growth Forests on Mary Smith-Middle Mtn-Cabot Mtn, with Dr. Michael Kudish..
Saturday, July 26th 10:30 – 12:00pm: Russell Brook Woodswalk, with Dr. Michael Kudish. Fascinating forest and human history, including remnants of a railroad.