Drop Off at the Drive-in
Earth Day Recycling, Sat., April 22
Turn in household items for recycling and redistribution. Learn about maintaining a healthy planet. Kids’ activities. Free film: More Than Honey, 1 p.m., Wallace Center. Download a list of items that will be accepted for recycling. Additional details.
FIND YOUR PARK: FIND YOUR FUN
A Community Discovery Day, Sat., May 6
Join the National Park Service for a day of free activities. Bird watching at Val-Kill. Canna rhizomes and The Lorax at Vanderbilt Mansion. Puppet shows. Barefoot Dance Company. Photo scavenger hunt. And more. (Barefoot Dance Company, Beatrix Farrand Garden: William Urbin, National Park Service)
This year’s theme is Building Community with Place-Based Learning. We’ve got lots in store and we’re CTLE approved. Learn more. (Photo: Bill Urbin, Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites)
Using Gardens to Teach
Learn new ways to use your school or organization’s garden. Gardens are knowledge-building tools, vehicles that empower youth to celebrate diversity, and a natural context for connecting with others. CTLE approved. Cosponsored by THV. Learn more.
Student writing about place
Essays, poems, and stories written by students for THV’s annual writing about place contest. See THV blog , where we’ve been publishing student work throughout the winter and spring, or see our media release for details. To receive automatically, subscribe to our blog. (Drawing: Glasco Mini Park by Anthony Bertorelli, Riccardi ES, Saugerties)