Trail-work Pin Application Form
National Park Service and Ten Mile River Scout Museum to conduct online nature talks (Kaspar, Susanna M)
Ten Mile River Scout Camps, Narrowsburg, N.Y.
Greater New York Councils, B.S.A.
OFF-SEASON OPEN DATES: The Museum is planning to be open the three Shooting Sports Weekends (Apr. 21-23, Apr. 28-30, May 5-7) and the Raft-O-Ree (June 9-11). Look to this page in the future for confirmation of these dates and hours open.
2022 was the 100th Anniversary of the organization of the Boy Scout Foundation of Greater New York. Purchase the 5 in. commemorative backpatch.
Purchase the Boy Scout Foundation of Greater New York/Greater New York Councils 100th Anniversary CSP Set. (Only three sets left!)
TMR SCOUT MUSEUM Presents
TUESDAY EVENING HISTORY TALKS
7:00 p.m. in open-air Cayuga/Kotohke Cabin
July 5 – “Tales of the Raftsmen” Stories the lumbermen and rafters told themselves, including “How the Ten Mile River Got Its Name.”
July 12 – “The Original People” The Lenape used these mountains to hunt, fish, trade with the Mohawks and teach their children.
July 19 – “Local Ghost Stories” From murder on the Stone Arch Bridge to tales by Stephen Crane, legends abound.
July 26 – “Sullivan County History” From Woodstock to the Battle of Minisink to the D&H Canal – a lot happened here.
Aug 2 – “The Nature of TMR” A Bio-Blitz recorded every living thing around Rock Lake during a 24-hour period in 2014 and again in 2016.
Aug 9 – “Remembering Camp Life” Long-time camper and Museum Co-Director Ira Nagel leads a discussion about summer camp at TMR.
Aug 16 – “Tales of the Raftsmen” Stories the lumbermen and rafters told themselves, including “How the Ten Mile River Got Its Name.”
OPEN TO SCOUTS AND THE PUBLIC
1481 Crystal Lake Road (County Road 26), Narrowsburg, NY
For information, call 845/252-2063 or email email@example.com