Summer 2018 - 4th of July Parade and Ribbon Cutting Hiking Trail
The Gateway Museum proudly presented its 4th of July float this year with two themes:
The first theme is entitled: "The Big Fish- Making a living from the River" This exhibit tells the story about the rich heritage Morristown has had with fishing and features displays about Sturgeon and Muskies.
The second theme- displays the new hiking trail at the Red Barn Preserve on River Road East.
The Boy Scouts on the float are from Troup 9 in Heuvelton. Troup 9 recently worked on Evan Cosler's Eagle Scout Project and provided many improvements to the trail.
The Gateway Museum hosts the Grand Opening of Hiking Trail #1 at the Red Barn Preserve on July 6th. Morristown Highway Superintendent Dean Hoffman cuts the Ribbon while Wayne Moquin looks on. 50 guests attended the event