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National Park Service and Ten Mile River Scout Museum to conduct online nature talks
Talks on other topics to be held
New York (June 22, 2020) -- With Covid-19 disrupting traditional summer camp programs nationwide, the National Park Service and Ten Mile River Scout Camps Museum will be conducting several live online talks covering the natural habitat of its geographic location. TMR’s museum is located in the Sullivan County Catskills in New York State, near Monticello and Narrowsburg. Towns and villages in this region include but are not limited to Bethel, Callicoon, Cochecton, Delaware, Fallsburg, Forestburgh, Fremont, Highland, Liberty, Lumberland, Mamakating, Neversink, Rockland, Thompson and Tusten.
Museum Chairman Michael Drilinger will moderate all talks. A question and answer session will be held after each discussion. All will be available on the Museum’s YouTube channel.
The below talks have been scheduled. Others are being planned. Information will be posted on our website, Facebook and Twitter feeds. Topics include but are not limited to other nature-based talks with NPS staff from the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, scout patch trading, improv theater, history of the TMR Scout Reservation, classic car restoration and how scouting has prepared people for a military career
About TMR Scout Camps Museum
The Ten Mile River Scout Museum exists to preserve and promote the spirit and heritage of New York City Scouting at the Ten Mile River Scout Camps and selected venues through the creation of historical archives, displays, exhibits of photos, memorabilia, documents and tangible items in both indoor and outdoor settings. We also recognize the local history in the vicinity of the Ten Mile River Scout Camps.