Upcoming Family Art Project at Wave Hill
After an eventful summer at Wave
Hill—remember Frogs and Toads, Pollinators
and Honey Weekend?—take
advantage of this quiet, summer’send
moment to join a guided garden or
birding walk and admire the monarch
butterfl ies, and perhaps even hummingbirds,
frequenting our delectable
blooms as fall approaches.
Saturday, September 7; Sunday, September
8: Family Art Project: Herds,
Schools and Bevys: Celebrate collaboration,
community and power in numbers
as we explore the many ways animals
exist and work together in herds,
schools, fl ocks, bevys and more. Create
animal puppets, then join your Family
Art Project neighbors for some group
storytelling to help your puppets fi nd
their packs. Free, and admission to the
grounds is free until noon. Wave Hill
House, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, September 7: Gallery
Tour: Tour Glyndor Gallery with Wave
Hill’s Curatorial Assistant or Gallery
Greeter to get an insider’s view of the
current exhibition. A fl ower’s life cycle
of budding, blooming and pollinating,
as well as its process of decay, strongly
echoes the human condition. The exhibition
Figuring the Floral features
artists who apply this symbolism to
their work—touching on race, ethnicity,
class, gender, sexual orientation,
aging and other facets of identity.
Participating artists are Derrick Adams,
Nicole Awai, Bahar Behbahani,
Christian Ruiz Berman, Sanford Biggers,
Cecile Chong, Max Colby, Abigail
SAVE THE DATE
ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER
THURSDAY OCTOBER 24, 2019
Hon. Mark Gjonaj, 13th Council district
Owner, Crown Trophy
Robert Murray, President, Bronx Board of Construction
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DeVille, Valerie Hegarty, Christopher
K. Ho and Kevin Zucker, Diana
Lozano, Natalia Nakazawa, Ebony G.
Patterson, Bundith Phunsombatlert,
Lina Puerta, Simonette Quamina, David
Rios Ferreira, Alexandria Smith,
Katherine Toukhy, Lina Iris Viktor,
William Villalongo and Saya Woolfalk.
Free with admission to the grounds.
Glyndor Gallery, 2 p.m.
Sunday, September 8: Fall Birding:
Naturalist Gabriel Willow contributes
his extensive knowledge of diverse
bird species and their behavior
on these walks through the gardens
and woodlands. Observe the plants,
insects and habitats at Wave Hill that
make it so appealing for such a wide
variety of birds. Birders of all levels
welcome! Ages 10 and older welcome
with an adult. Free with admission to
the grounds. NYC Audubon Members
enjoy two-for-one admission. Meet at
Perkins Visitor Center, 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, September 8: Family Nature
Walk: Join naturalist and educator
Gabriel Willow on a family-friendly
walk through the gardens or woodlands.
Family walks begin at Wave Hill
House. Ages fi ve and older welcome
with an adult. Severe weather cancels.
Free with admission to the grounds.
Meet at Wave Hill House, 1 p.m.
Sunday, September 8: Garden Highlights
Walk: Join a Wave Hill Garden
Guide for a public tour of seasonal garden
highlights. Free with admission
to the grounds. Meet at Perkins Visitor
Center, 2 p.m.
Wave Hill Family Art Project, Herds, Schools and Bevys. Photo courtesy of Joshua Bright
The Waterfront NYC at Trump Golf Links will host Oktoberfest on Sunday, September
29. Photo courtesy of the Waterfront NYC
The Waterfront NYC
to host Oktoberfest
The Waterfront NYC will host
Oktoberfest on Sunday, September
29, from 1 to 6 p.m.
Dust off your lederhosen and
join in for their fi rst annual Oktoberfest,
featuring a live concert,
beer specials, food stations, ferris
wheel, yard games, and more.
Purchase tickets at www.thewaterfrontnyc.
The Waterfront NYC is located
at Trump Golf Links at
Ferry Point, 500 Hutchinson