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Saturday, Jan. 28 (See map view)

Bring your favorite winter or nature image, or make a small painting of the nature you love at Wave Hill. Then, using a variety of wooden and cardboard frames, we’ll embed and decorate these images with palettes of warm and cool colors and an abundance of nature beads, wooden shapes and your own collection of natural materials. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, Jan. 29 (See map view)

Bring your favorite winter or nature image, or make a small painting of the nature you love at Wave Hill. Then, using a variety of wooden and cardboard frames, we’ll embed and decorate these images with palettes of warm and cool colors and an abundance of nature beads, wooden shapes and your own collection of natural materials. 10 am to 1 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 4 (See map view)

Hear about the folklore surrounding two wonderfully mysterious and enchanting creatures, the owl and the coyote. Learn about these local animals and their habits and special attributes.Then, join visiting Wave Hill Winter Workspace artist Yeon Jin Kim to create a fanciful wintery tableau of simple paper puppets and shadowy scenes that capture your own make-believe owl and coyote mythology. 10 am to 1 pm.

Coyotes are resilient creatures that have settled quite comfortably into the wilder areas of New York City. Dr. Mark Weckel of the American Museum of Natural History and his team of high school student-scientists have been gathering information about these clever canines as part of the Gotham Coyote Project. 11 am to noon.

Owls swallow their prey whole. During digestion, parts of the prey, such as bones, feathers, and fur, are bound up into a tight pellet, which the owl regurgitates. Drop in for this exploratory workshop, and discover the origins of the owl’s diet. 11 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 5 (See map view)

Hear about the folklore surrounding two wonderfully mysterious and enchanting creatures, the owl and the coyote. Learn about these local animals and their habits and special attributes.Then, join visiting Wave Hill Winter Workspace artist Yeon Jin Kim to create a fanciful wintery tableau of simple paper puppets and shadowy scenes that capture your own make-believe owl and coyote mythology. 10 am to 1 pm.

Coyotes are resilient creatures that have settled quite comfortably into the wilder areas of New York City. Dr. Mark Weckel of the American Museum of Natural History and his team of high school student-scientists have been gathering information about these clever canines as part of the Gotham Coyote Project. 11 am to noon.

Owls swallow their prey whole. During digestion, parts of the prey, such as bones, feathers, and fur, are bound up into a tight pellet, which the owl regurgitates. Drop in for this exploratory workshop, and discover the origins of the owl’s diet. 11 am to 1 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 11 (See map view)

bursting flower. Layer an abundance of hearts in circular formations to create joyful and rapturous flowery cards and gifts. Today, we also give some love to the majestic manatees. Their populations at record lows, these wonderful “sea cows” need our support. Hear touching tales about these marine creatures and make a stuffed-manatee valentine gift or card. Valentine’s Weekend event. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 12 (See map view)

bursting flower. Layer an abundance of hearts in circular formations to create joyful and rapturous flowery cards and gifts. Today, we also give some love to the majestic manatees. Their populations at record lows, these wonderful “sea cows” need our support. Hear touching tales about these marine creatures and make a stuffed-manatee valentine gift or card. Valentine’s Weekend event. 10 am to 1 pm.

Join naturalist and educator Gabriel Willow on a family-friendly walk through the gardens or woodlands. Ages six and older welcome with an adult. Severe weather cancels. 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 18 (See map view)

Gain inspiration from the Pacific Northwest Indians, who used fallen trees to create totem poles detailing the history of family and tribe members. Using colorful paper and vibrant, bold designs, we’ll sculpt the characters around us, and then step into a “photo booth” to make an interactive family totem. 10 am to 1 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 19 (See map view)

Gain inspiration from the Pacific Northwest Indians, who used fallen trees to create totem poles detailing the history of family and tribe members. Using colorful paper and vibrant, bold designs, we’ll sculpt the characters around us, and then step into a “photo booth” to make an interactive family totem. 10 am to 1 pm.

Tuesday, Feb. 21 (See map view)

Winter snow softens the shapes of the outside world and adorns trees and buildings with delicate flakes and icicles. Drawing inspiration from the shimmery winter weather, weave a tapestry of soft yarn, puffy snowball pompoms and crystalline beads, and hang it from a found twig to evoke the textures of a snowy day. This program is geared towards families with children between the ages of five and 10. Space is limited. Registration required. 1:30 pm to 3 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 22 (See map view)

laying with snow is one of winter’s delights. Using an easy felting technique, build a snowy sculpture that can live with you all year. Sculpt a soft, wintry creature of your own imagining with fleecy fibers, warm water and soap. Then add beads, baubles and natural materials to embellish your cool creation. This program is geared towards families with children between the ages of five and 10. Space is limited. Space is limited. Registration required. 1:30 pm to 3 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 23 (See map view)

Winter landscapes have many layers, from grey clouds and snow-laden trees and buildings, to winter birds and single snowflake crystals. Memorialize your favorite winter scene in a 3-D painting using an icy palette and layers of acetate sheets to give your scene depth. Finish your work with a sparkly, snowy frame. This program is geared towards families with children between the ages of five and 10.. Space is limited. Space is limited. Registration required. 1:30 pm to 3 pm.

Friday, Feb. 24 (See map view)

In collaboration with the Riverdale Children’s Theater, Bronx House presents this fun musical where Dr. Seuss’s fantasies come to life on stage. Selections include Horton Hear’s a Who. The play includes a cast of over 30 children. Recommended for families with children 3 years and older. 7 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 25 (See map view)

Join visiting artists Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao, past participants in Wave Hill’s Sunroom Project Space, on a visit to Wave Hill’s Cactus and Succulent House. Sketch these exotic desert dwellers, then, using papier-mâché, bendable wire, paint and paper, make an exotic paper plant of your own. 10 am to 1 pm.

In collaboration with the Riverdale Children’s Theater, Bronx House presents this fun musical where Dr. Seuss’s fantasies come to life on stage. Selections include Horton Hear’s a Who. The play includes a cast of over 30 children. Recommended for families with children 3 years and older. 2 pm and 7 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 26 (See map view)

Join visiting artists Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao, past participants in Wave Hill’s Sunroom Project Space, on a visit to Wave Hill’s Cactus and Succulent House. Sketch these exotic desert dwellers, then, using papier-mâché, bendable wire, paint and paper, make an exotic paper plant of your own. 10 am to 1 pm.

In collaboration with the Riverdale Children’s Theater, Bronx House presents this fun musical where Dr. Seuss’s fantasies come to life on stage. Selections include Horton Hear’s a Who. The play includes a cast of over 30 children. Recommended for families with children 3 years and older. 2 pm to 3:30 pm.

Friday, March 3 (See map view)

In collaboration with the Riverdale Children’s Theater, Bronx House presents this fun musical where Dr. Seuss’s fantasies come to life on stage. Selections include Horton Hear’s a Who. The play includes a cast of over 30 children. Recommended for families with children 3 years and older. 7 pm.

Saturday, March 4 (See map view)

In collaboration with the Riverdale Children’s Theater, Bronx House presents this fun musical where Dr. Seuss’s fantasies come to life on stage. Selections include Horton Hear’s a Who. The play includes a cast of over 30 children. Recommended for families with children 3 years and older. 2 pm and 7 pm.

Sunday, March 5 (See map view)

In collaboration with the Riverdale Children’s Theater, Bronx House presents this fun musical where Dr. Seuss’s fantasies come to life on stage. Selections include Horton Hear’s a Who. The play includes a cast of over 30 children. Recommended for families with children 3 years and older. 2 pm.

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