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Virtual Badger Talk from Mt. Horeb, WI: "Roughing It: The History of Camping"

Speaker: Stanley Temple

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Time
6:30-7:30 p.m.
Description
Over 40 million Americans will go “camping” this year, escaping from their everyday life—and COVID-19 confinement. Of course, nomadic living is nothing new. People have been living outdoors without permanent dwellings for ages. How did camping shift from a lifestyle to a leisure activity?
To registe, email dudelhoven@mthorebhistory.org (include “9-22 Camping Event” in the subject line) or call 608-437-6486 by Sunday, September 20.
Cost
Free

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