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Saturday, May 28 (See map view)

The Hudson River is seen through beautiful vistas at Wave Hill, but what is life really like inside the river? Join visiting artist Mathew Friday to hear about the relationship between storm drains and the river and our role as good river stewards. Create drawings, maps and images of river residents, then create a diorama with movable parts—a thriving river theater! 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, May 29 (See map view)

The Hudson River is seen through beautiful vistas at Wave Hill, but what is life really like inside the river? Join visiting artist Mathew Friday to hear about the relationship between storm drains and the river and our role as good river stewards. Create drawings, maps and images of river residents, then create a diorama with movable parts—a thriving river theater! 10 am to 1 pm.

Saturday, June 4 (See map view)

What makes soil healthy and rich? Outdoor explorations and indoor group experiments, plus drawing and staining with actual soil, watercolors and other mixed media, help us get in touch with the natural world around us. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, June 5 (See map view)

What makes soil healthy and rich? Outdoor explorations and indoor group experiments, plus drawing and staining with actual soil, watercolors and other mixed media, help us get in touch with the natural world around us. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, June 12 (See map view)

Join naturalist and educator Gabriel Willow on a family-friendly walk through the gardens or woodlands. No registration required. Ages six and older welcome with an adult. Severe weather cancels. 1 pm.

Wednesday, June 15 (See map view)

Wave Hill educators share some of their favorite nature tales. These stories—classics and more—come to life through interactive readings, sing-alongs and puppetry. This week, get to know the parts of a garden, from the plants and flowers to the critters and one creeping kitty! Join us as we read The Rose in My Garden by Arnold Lobel, My Garden by Kevin Henkes and Whose Garden Is It? by MaryAnn Hoberman. Programs are held outdoors, but move into Wave Hill House in inclement weather. Ideal for children ages three to six with an adult. 11 am.

Saturday, June 18 (See map view)

Using plaster of paris, create an exact replica of your hand and the hand of one of your family members—maybe Dad’s! Then, build onto your plaster hands with metallic and natural materials like leaves, sticks and stems. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, June 19 (See map view)

Using plaster of paris, create an exact replica of your hand and the hand of one of your family members—maybe Dad’s! Then, build onto your plaster hands with metallic and natural materials like leaves, sticks and stems. 10 am to 1 pm.

Wednesday, June 22 (See map view)

Wave Hill educators share some of their favorite nature tales. These stories—classics and more—come to life through interactive readings, sing-alongs and puppetry. How do birds talk to each other? What do you think they say? This week, listen to books about owls and their birdy friends as they twitter and tweet through the trees. Join us as we read Birdsong by Audrey Wood, Hook by Ed Young and Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest by Gerald McDermott. Programs are held outdoors, but move into Wave Hill House in inclement weather. Ideal for children ages three to six with an adult. 11 am.

Saturday, June 25 (See map view)

Cut nature shapes from bright, multicolored tissue paper. Then use a simple papier-mâché method to transform your cut shapes into festive lanterns for bright and magical summer days and nights. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, June 26 (See map view)

Cut nature shapes from bright, multicolored tissue paper. Then use a simple papier-mâché method to transform your cut shapes into festive lanterns for bright and magical summer days and nights. 10 am to 1 pm.

Wednesday, June 29 (See map view)

Wave Hill educators share some of their favorite nature tales. These stories—classics and more—come to life through interactive readings, sing-alongs and puppetry. This week, we sit awhile in the spreading shade of one of Wave Hill’s beautiful trees as we send down roots, stretch up our trunks, sway in the wind and hear all about how trees change through the seasons. Join us as we read A Leaf Can Be by Laura Purdie Salas, Have you Seen Trees? by Joanne Oppenheim and Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf by Lois Ehlert. Programs are held outdoors, but move into Wave Hill House in inclement weather. Ideal for children ages three to six with an adult. 11 am.

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