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August 29, 2021 Remembering Naturalist and Preservationist Carlton Beil

Sunday, August 29, 2021 @ 2:00 pm

Carlton Beil
Photo: Steve Zaffarano, 1994
Historians Patricia M. Salmon and Tina Kaasmann will lead the program.
Where: Kaasmann House, 4485 Hylan Blvd., Eltingville, Staten Island
There is no charge for this event.
During an indoor slide show and outdoor chat around a cozy fire, we will celebrate the life and efforts of Staten Island legend Carlton Beil. Mentored by naturalist, entomologist, and historian William T. Davis as a youth, Mr. Beil went on to become a curator at the Staten Island Museum and an education specialist at the American Museum of Natural History. During his retirement, he taught thousands of people at the William T. Davis Wildlife Refuge, Clay Pit Ponds State Park, Blue Heron Park, and other open spaces on Staten Island. Discover Carlton’s legacy, including how he and his beloved wife, Louise, saved the circa 1685 Olmsted-Beil House.
Refreshments will be provided.
This program is geared for adults.
Registration: Pre-registration is required. To pre-register, send a text message to 917-608-6437 or go to this link:
Attendance is limited owing to COVID. Because a portion of the program will be held indoors, we ask that only fully vaccinated people attend and that all attendees wear a mask.
Parking: Street parking is available on Woods of Arden Avenue. Walk south to Hylan Boulevard and turn left. Proceed to 4485 Hylan Boulevard, where you will see a sign with the name “OLMSTED” near the sidewalk. Walk up to the front door and come on in.
Kaasmann House

Kaasmann house at 4485 Hylan Blvd. Staten Island.
Photo: Pat Salmon


Sunday, August 29, 2021
2:00 pm


Kaasmann House
4485 Hylan Boulevard
Eltingville, Staten Island, NY 10312 United States