The Bolton Library is sponsoring a fall foliage trip Saturday, Oct. 15 to the Adirondack Museum, leaving the Bolton Library at 8:30 a.m. and returning by 3:45 p.m.
In addition to touring the museum in the morning, this fundraising trip will include a special afternoon guided tour of the museum’s off campus storage facility where over 60 percent of the museum’s collections are stored and where their conservation laboratory is housed.
Bolton Town Historian Ted Caldwell will be accompanying the tour, and he’ll be offering his observations on various points of interest on the way to the museum.
The cost of the trip is $30 which will cover transportation on a Sagamore bus and light refreshments before the ride home. Lunch is not provided but will be available at the museum cafeteria. Additionally, admission to the museum for full-time Adirondack Park residents is free. Non-resident adult fee is $18 and seniors are $16. Space is limited, so sign up early. Reservations will be taken at the library.
For details, call Hal Heusner at 668-9693.