Wed Aug 25
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Join us for Sugarloaf: A Small Mountain with Big History with Ralph Buglass. Learn about the remarkable “out-size” history — and connections to important people — of this little mountain on the western edge of Montgomery County. The presentation will be a virtual, fast-paced visit through lots of pictures –including vintage photos from the Library of Congress– highlighting Sugarloaf Mountain’s extraordinary history that includes a structure designed for the summit of the mountain by the 20th century’s most famous architect that instead became one of the most visited museums in New York City, consideration as Camp David site, its commemorative stamp, how it was designed as one of the first “national natural landmarks”, its unique flora and fauna, and unusual business enterprises that were located in its shadow.
This program is free and open to all and is presented by Little Falls Village in partnership with the Little Falls Library of Montgomery County Public Libraries.
Registration is required at least a day prior to the event. Please register at www.littlefallsvillage.org/Sugarloaf or by calling the Little Falls Village office at 301-320-3267. Please note, you will be asked to provide your name and contact information to Little Falls Village and will receive emails about the event after you register.
Phone: (301) 320-3267
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