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Wave Hill Family Nature Walk, Sunday, March 8. Photo courtesy of Joshua Bright
Upcoming Wave Hill events and
Saturday, March 7; Sunday, March
8: Family Art Project: Homage to
Spring Light: Join artist Samanta Batra
Mehta as we create “drawing sculptures”
with mylar, gold leaf and upcycled
materials, to capture the light of
early spring. Taking inspiration from
Wave Hill’s gardens, we will make botanical
drawings and enhance them
with gold leaf and gilding. Transform
your drawings into an homage to the
coming Spring equinox through adding
sculptural details and placing
your work in the home of an upcycled
glass jar. Free, and admission to the
grounds is free until noon. Wave Hill
House, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday, March 8: Spring Birding:
Welcome migratory birds back
to Wave Hill this spring. Explore the
gardens and woodlands with naturalist
Gabriel Willow on a quest to
spot both resident and rare birds as
they pass through on their northern
journey or settle down for the season.
Severe weather cancels. Ages 10 and
older welcome with an adult. NYC
Audubon members enjoy two-for-one
admission to the grounds. Registration
suggested, online at wavehill.
org or at the Perkins Visitor Center.
Meet at Perkins Visitor Center, 9:30
Sunday, March 8: Family Nature
Walk: Join naturalist and educator
Gabriel Willow on a family-friendly
walk through the gardens or woodlands.
Ages fi ve and older welcome
with an adult. Severe weather cancels.
Free with admission to the
grounds. Meet in front of Wave Hill
House, 1 p.m.
Sunday, March 8: Winter Workspace
Drop-In Sunday: Artists in the
Winter Workspace program share
their studio practice with visitors on
this Drop-In Sunday. This Sunday,
participating artists are Samanta
Batra Mehta, Sal Muñoz and Tiffany
Jaeyeon Shin. Free with admission
to the grounds. Glyndor Gallery, 1 to
Sunday, March 8: Garden and
Conservatory Highlights Walk: Garden
highlights walks offer an intimate
look at our living collections.
Wave Hill Garden Guides help you
explore the grounds and make sure
that you do not miss any seasonal fl oral
wonders. Free with admission to
the grounds. Meet at Perkins Visitor
Center, 2 to 3 p.m.
Wave Hill is located at 675 West
252nd Street. For further information
call (718) 549-3200.
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On Thursday April 2, the Clergy
Council of the 49th Precinct will
be hosting its 4th Annual Fellowship
Dinner/Banquet. It will be
held at Maestros Catering Hall, 1703
Bronxdale Avenue. The time of this
auspicious occasion is 6 to 10 p.m..
Ticket donations are $75.
This year they will be honoring
our NYS Attorney General Hon. Letitia
James, NYS Assembly Speaker
Hon. Carl Heastie, NYPD Captain
Andrew Natiw (Commanding Offi cer
49th Precinct) among others. NYPD
Commissioner Dermot Shea will give
the keynote address.
The Clergy Council of the 49th
Precinct is an ecumenical membership
of over 50 religious leaders and
institutions within the boundaries of
the 49th Precinct
The executive board members
consist of Pastor Jay A Gooding Sr
President of the Council, along with
Rev David Hernquist, Sheik Hamud
Alsilwi, Rabbi Keith Thompson who
serves as Vice Presidents and Rev
Norman Coleman treasurer.
This will be Pastor Gooding’s last
year serving as the clergy council
president, a position he has held for
over 15 years. He relinquishes his position,
as the council has now manifested
into a positive infl uence, helping
NYPD with quality of life issues
in their communities.
For further information call Pastor
Jay Gooding at (917) 769-4449, or
email Clergy49@aol.com or goodingjay@
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