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Boston Chapter Slideshow & Potluck Series



Join us for a series of free slideshows, potluck dinners and socializing with fellow AMC hikers, adventurers and foodies.

Where/When: All slideshows/potlucks take place at the AMC's Cabot Auditorium, 4 Joy Street, Boston MA. Doors open at 6:15pm, potluck dinner starts at 6:30pm, slideshows begin at 7:15pm unless otherwise noted. Join our Google Group for cancellation notices via email (see info below).

RSVP & Join the AMC Slideshow Google Group: To RSVP for a slideshow, click on the RSVP link listed under the description, or email Julie at [email protected] . To get the latest updates on our shows via email, join our group:

Potluck Info: Potluck Info: Participation in the potlucks is optional, yet useful for that post-office work hunger. Homemade dishes are welcome, store bought goodies & takeout are equally welcome. Plates, bowls, cups, cutlery, napkins and drink pitchers will be supplied. The auditorium has a kitchen if you need to do any re-warming or prep (stovetop, oven, microwave, sink & fridge). Please bring your own cooking pots if needed for stovetop.

Subway Directions: Take the MBTA to Park Street Station. Walk through the Boston Common uphill towards the State House on Beacon St. To the left of the State House is Joy St; follow Joy St uphill to the AMC Auditorium Building (brownstone), #4 Joy St on the left hand side. Map:

Parking: Nearby underground parking is available at the Boston Common Garage, located underneath the Boston Common. Access is off Charles St, between the Public Garden and the Boston Common. We have discount parking passes for $9, you'll save $9 (50% off!) More info about the Garage is here:


Slideshow Series Schedule 2015




NEXT UP: Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Volunteering for the National Park Service:

Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah

Presenter: Ron Janowitz

Please join us for a fascinating evening as AMC member and National Park Service volunteer, Ron Janowitz, discusses his experience volunteering at the Natural Bridges National Monument in Southern Utah. 

Ron spent last fall working at this spectacular park for three months, and will share breathtaking photography and fascinating stories from his experience behind the scenes. Topics include how to get “hired” as a volunteer, as well as the duties and living arrangements of volunteers, the history, geology and archeology of this remote and unique area. 

Natural Bridges is remote and famous for its three massive bridges at the bottoms of steep canyons and remote Ancestral Puebloan ruins, occupied between 2000 and 750 years ago. The park is off the grid, and relies on solar panels for electricity. There are more mule deer and jackrabbits than people in San Juan County.

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 Wednesday, May 13, 2015

AMC's Cold River Camp - A Jewel of a Facility in a Gem of a Location

Presenter: Gary Munson


Imagine a camp in the White Mountains that has been providing guests a wonderful outdoor adventure experience as part of the AMC for nearly 100 years, with a lodge, comfortable rustic cabins, and delicious food, and that is only a 3-4 hour drive from the Boston area. A camp with a hiking emphasis, but from whence you can also swim, paddle, bike or just relax in the beautiful surroundings. A camp that is community oriented and family friendly. That's Cold River Camp.

This picture presentation will tell the story of Cold River Camp -  the Camp facilities, program, hiking opportunities, interesting traditions, location, lovely surroundings, and along the way address the question of "Is Cold River Camp a great place for me, family and friends?" We invite you to learn about this charming camp that is in Boston's extended back yard.

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Long Distance Hiking Tips - Jeremy Day (Nov 2014)     
Oregon's Central Cascades with AMC August Camp - Julie LePage (Dec 2015)
Thru Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail - Mike Henrick (Feb 2015)
Everest Lodge to Lodge Trek - Keith Watling (Mar 2015)

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