June 18, 2019
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Saturday, June 22 (See map view)

Learn about watersheds and waterways, then use Japanese paper decoration techniques with water and ink to emulate ripples and waves.

When: Saturday, June 22, 10am–1pm

Sunday, June 23 (See map view)

Learn about watersheds and waterways, then use Japanese paper decoration techniques with water and ink to emulate ripples and waves.

When: Sunday, June 23, 10am–1pm

Saturday, June 29 (See map view)

Envision dreams of future nature and create papercraft sculptures of the plants and animals of your imagination.

When: Saturday, June 29, 10am–1pm

Sunday, June 30 (See map view)

Envision dreams of future nature and create papercraft sculptures of the plants and animals of your imagination.

When: Sunday, June 30, 10am–1pm

Saturday, July 6 (See map view)

Come together to read Faith Ringold’s "Tar Beach" and imagine flying over places that hold a special meaning. Then layer stiffened, wool-felt shapes to create a magical atmosphere to hold you on your spectacular journey.

When: Saturday, July 6, 10am–1pm

Sunday, July 7 (See map view)

Come together to read Faith Ringold’s "Tar Beach" and imagine flying over places that hold a special meaning. Then layer stiffened, wool-felt shapes to create a magical atmosphere to hold you on your spectacular journey.

When: Sunday, July 7, 10am–1pm

Saturday, July 13 (See map view)

Can you visualize a favorite area in your house/neighborhood? Draw plans and then build constructions purely from your impressions and memories. Take a walk around Wave Hill to collect natural materials that remind you of home, and add them to your constructions of cardboard, foamcore and wood.

When: Saturday, July 13, 10am–1pm

Sunday, July 14 (See map view)

Learn about birds and their behavior on this walk 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!

When: Sunday, July 14, 9:30am

Can you visualize a favorite area in your house/neighborhood? Draw plans and then build constructions purely from your impressions and memories. Take a walk around Wave Hill to collect natural materials that remind you of home, and add them to your constructions of cardboard, foamcore and wood.

When: Sunday, July 14, 10am–1pm

Join naturalist and educator Gabriel Willow on a family-friendly walk through the gardens or woodlands. Severe weather cancels.

When: Sunday, July 14, 1pm

Saturday, July 20 (See map view)

With what flower do you most identify? Wave Hill’s flower experts give readings that match you with a flower that is a perfect “meta-flor” for who you are. Create assemblage-sculptures using found objects to fully represent your new floral identity.

When: Saturday, July 20, 10am–1pm

Sunday, July 21 (See map view)

With what flower do you most identify? Wave Hill’s flower experts give readings that match you with a flower that is a perfect “meta-flor” for who you are. Create assemblage-sculptures using found objects to fully represent your new floral identity.

When: Sunday, July 21, 10am–1pm

Saturday, July 27 (See map view)

Design the garden of your dreams, imagining what it could be used for. Using origami, paper-cutting and other paper-art techniques, create vibrant gardens that reflect the spaces we imagine for our future. In honor of Mandela Day.

When: Saturday, July 27, 10am–1pm

Sunday, July 28 (See map view)

Design the garden of your dreams, imagining what it could be used for. Using origami, paper-cutting and other paper-art techniques, create vibrant gardens that reflect the spaces we imagine for our future. In honor of Mandela Day.

When: Sunday, July 28, 10am–1pm

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