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The Gateway Museum of Morristown NY is a registered 501(c)(3) non profit organization and your donations are tax deductible. You may donate by check, credit card, or PayPal. If your donation is by check -please address your check to the Gateway Museum and mail to: Gateway Museum, Box 231, Morristown, New York 13664
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2018 Events Calendar Updated-3/22
We Are Rocking And Rolling !
Last month the Gateway Museum announced to the world that we would open the new Big Fish Exhibit on June 30th. That means that it is getting to be crunch time. Time to get things done. Do or Die time. And we are rocking and rolling!
For those of you that may not have followed our announcements about this project- the Gateway Museum is building a new exhibit we call the “Big Fish” Exhibit that will feature Sturgeon and Muskie fishing in the St Lawrence river. Allan Bogardus (Allan was a well know Morristown Sturgeon fisherman and founding member of the Gateway Museum) provided excellent artifacts including a fishing boat, boat motor, fishing nets, and numerous pictures and stories of his catches. The family of Jim Evans ( Jim was a well-known successful Muskie guide on the St Lawrence River) donated similar artifacts centered around Muskie fishing. This will be a substantial investment for the museum and it has been funded by the museum, individual donations as well as a Grant from the Sweetgrass Foundation.
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Welcome to the Gateway Museum
The Gateway Museum provides a full summer of concerts, lectures, classes and displays for the residents of Morristown, tourists and surrounding communities. The building that houses the Gateway Museum was built in 1910, by the Comstock family as a community center for their employees at their factory, Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills. Once a thriving township with multiple factories and businesses, the town has changed, but is still an unpolished gem in the North Country.