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Camp Belknap Lecture
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10-04-2017
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The Lake Winnipesaukee Museum is hosting a presentation, “A History of Camp Belknap”, featuring Seth Kassels on Wednesday, October 4th, at 7 P.M.

YMCA Camp Belknap director, Seth Kassels will give a lecture on the history of Camp Belknap. Founded in 1903, Camp Belknap is one of the oldest currently operating summer camps on the lake. This lecture will discuss the camp’s evolution over the past century; and how it has managed to appeal to campers as preferences and needs change. This lecture will appeal to past and present Belknap campers.

Seth Kassels, and his wife Stephanie are co- directors of Camp Belknap. The Kassels, the sixth Directors in the history of Belknap, carry on the esteemed Belknap tradition of family headship. They have been the Directors of Belknap since 2013. The Kassels reside at Belknap year-round. They are active members of the Tuftonboro/Wolfeboro community where they both sit on boards of local non-profits and coach youth sports teams.

This lecture is the last in our summer lecture series for the season. These talks held throughout the summer and into the fall focus on New Hampshire and the Lakes Region’s history and are presented by local historians and lakes region enthusiasts. The Lake Winnipesaukee Museum will be open through the end of October.

This event is free for Lake Winnipesaukee Historical Society members, for non-members there is a $5 fee. We are located on Route 3 in Weirs Beach, next to Funspot. Please RSVP to 366-5950 or email info@lwhs.us.
 
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