A.T. Museum Programs - 2018

Public Programs @ Appalachian Trail Museum

Each weekend between Memorial Day and Labor Day (usually 2:00pm on Saturdays or Sundays) the A.T. Museum will present Public Programs.  Each presentation will cover a different topic of interest dealing with hiking, the A.T., the local area or something fun. 

//Programs are free and open to the public...Donations are appreciated.
//Children 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult.
//Weather permitting and when appropriate, programs will be held outdoors on the grounds of the museum.
//Public is encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating.
//Plan to arrive early and ask at the museum for program location.
//Programs are subject to change.  Visit this blog or www.atmuseum.org for current information.  

//Saturday, October 13th (ALDHA Weekend), 12:00 Noon - Presentation by Jan & Lou

Thru-Hiking the Appalachian Trail in 1980

"38 years ago, Janice Coverdale and Lou Schroeder thru-hiked the AT.  34 years later, their son Jack, did the same. There were some changes in the thru-hiker experience.

Making use of restored slides, many of the things they carried that year, and other artifacts—Jan & Lou invite you to Time Travel back to 1980 to explore an earlier Appalachian Trail.”

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