On Thursday, October 3 at 7 pm at Club Cafe, 209 Columbus Avenue in Boston, , the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) is hosting a membership drive called Journey of 2,000 Miles: the Appalachian Trail.
The event will feature the film Appalachian Impressions. James Haskell, A.T. section hiker, Ed Guyot, ATC board member and founding member of the Board of the Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust, and Javier Folgar, ATC’s Director of Marketing and Communications will speak to guests. Prizes will also be awarded to guests.
Here’s how it works. Reserve your seat today by visiting www.appalachiantrail.org/journey. Admission is free for kids ages 13 and under. Every dollar raised will help preserve and manage the Appalachian Trail (A.T.).
Watch the film Appalachian Impressions on the big screen
Hear amazing stories of the men and women who volunteer on the Trail
Interact with a 2,000-miler
1 Year Member or Gift Membership to the ATC ($40 value)
Free admission for kids (13 and under)
Win cool prizes such as an ATC ENOâ„¢ Hammock
Make new friends in the outdoor and hiking community
1 year subscription to A.T. Journeys, the official magazine of the A.T.
Receive an ATC decal and patch
Protect an irreplaceable treasure: the Appalachian Trail
About the Film:
For more than half of the U.S. population, the A.T. is less than a day’s drive away. Yet despite its proximity to many major cities like Atlanta and Boston, few truly know the splendor of this national treasure. Appalachian Impressions takes viewers on a six-month journey of thrills and challenges in fourteen states from Georgia to Maine. To watch a trailer of the film visit www.appalachiantrail.org/journey.Â Reserve your seat today by visiting www.appalachiantrail.org/journey. Be sure to enter promo code COMM13 to receive $5 off your reservation.