Erik Schlimmer is available to present any of these five one-hour-long programs.
"2,500 Mountains: Three Decades of Peakbagging"
Approximately thirty Americans have climbed more than 2,500 mountains, and Erik's one of them. In this program he shares 100 images from America's greatest ranges.

"True Wilderness: The Adirondacks and the Trans Adirondack Route"
Erik’s 100 best images from the largest park and forest preserve in the Lower Forty-Eight are shared among a discussion of adventure, history, and ecology.

"Adirondack Place Names: Why is That Thing Called That?"
100 place names are historically decoded in rousing detail via years of place name research. As Erik says, "Behind every name there's a story, and the story's usually pretty good."

"Cradle of the Union: Albany History Uncovered"
New York's capital city has 800 streets, and thus as many street names. Erik takes audiences on a virtual tour of street names, weaving among war heroes, criminals, Founding Fathers, and settlers.

"UAP History and Modern UAP Evidence"
Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon (UAP) evidence is undeniable, complexity overwhelming, the effect on humanity immeasurable. Erik presents his conclusions formed from years of study.
During a fourteen-venue tour, 100% of hosts reported they were completely satisfied with our programming. During this same tour, 200 audience members were anonymously polled: "Would you attend another presentation by Erik?" 99% answered "Yes," 1% answered "Probably," 0% answered "No."

Erik possesses a bachelor's in Speech Communication with a concentration in Public Speaking and a master's in Clinical Social Work. He's been honored with writing, teaching, and speaking awards and has spoken at more than 100 venues (and broken attendance records at ten percent of them). Erik is also host of UAP Therapist Podcast.

In person or virtual presentations at small venues such as rural libraries and historical societies: $200

In person or virtual presentations at large venues such as city libraries and universities: $500 To present in person, all we need is a large display table, in-house AV projector and screen, and Internet access. To present virtually, all we need is for you to login to a Zoom call. We'll take care of the rest. To inquire about hosting our programming, visit our Contact page.