2020 Virtual Wild Mushroom Show

PSMS Virtual Wild Mushroom Show

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the 2020 PSMS Wild Mushroom Show on October 17th and 18th will be a virtual show! A normal, in-person show is just not possible this year, so the mushroom displays, identification, book sales, cultivation, vendors, and other activities needing close interaction will not take place. However, we will still have the opportunity to share our knowledge and joys of mushrooms and the fungal kingdom virtually as we host lectures and activity videos online. We plan to have live, virtual lectures on both dates, as well as on-demand activity videos. Our speakers will include Daniel Winkler, Danny Miller, and Noah Siegel, brought to you by the magic of Zoom. In addition to lectures, we will offer pre-recorded on-demand videos for many of the popular activities we normally offer at the show, including a dyeing video, a cooking demonstration, a typical day surveying and identifying the mushrooms of Bridle Trails State Park, and a cultivation video, to name a few.

We will have more information about this event available at the beginning of October when our tickets go on sale!

Thanks for sticking with PSMS over this strange year. We can’t wait to have you join the virtual show in October!

 

2020 PSMS Annual Wild Mushroom Show

Dates

Saturday October 17th: 8am - 5pm

Sunday October 18th: 8am - 5pm

 

Location

Virtual. Links to be provided the day before the show to registrants.

 

Admission fees

All registrants $5 Tickets will go on sale at the beginning of October. , Members can access this event for free.

 

Speaker Schedule to be posted in October


 

 

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Our Wild Mushroom Exhibit is one of the largest and most complete in the United States. Over 200 varieties of wild mushrooms will be displayed, identified, and classified.

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