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Berry Hunt Nature Walk

Sun, August 19, 1:30 PM

Old Field Preserve, Waccabuc

Berry Hunt Nature Walk

Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 08/19/2018 1:30pm America/New_York Berry Hunt Nature Walk

At 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 19, there will be a Berry Hunt Nature Walk. Learn about foraging for surprisingly delicious edibles in our own backyards. “Wildman” Steve Brill, naturalist, educator, author, artist, and enthusiast-supreme, shows us what to look for and where to find delectables such as berries, herbs, veggies, roots, and mushrooms. Meet at the Old Field Preserve parking lot ...

Mead Street Waccabuc, NY 10597
Summer Sing

Fri, August 24, 10:00 AM

Katonah Memorial House, Katonah

Summer Sing

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Add to My Calendar 08/24/2018 10:00am America/New_York Summer Sing

The Women's Civic Club Singers of Katonah is hosting a Summer Sing on Friday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Memorial House at 71 Bedford Road, adjacent to the Katonah Fire Department. The group of ladies meets regularly on Friday mornings from September through June. The chorus sings in two-part harmony and performs a variety of music: from folk to classical to Broadway. The club also ...

71 Bedford Road Katonah, NY 10536
Art Meets Nature

Sat, August 25, 10:00 AM

Katonah Art Center, Goldens Bridge

Art Meets Nature

Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 08/25/2018 10:00am America/New_York Art Meets Nature

At 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, there will be an “Art Meets Nature” event. Kids in grades one through five are invited to bring their imagination, creativity, and love for nature to transform a quiet grove into a magical fairy garden. They will walk in nature, gathering small plants, nuts, sticks, and other natural materials. and then create a community for fairies and woodland ...

65 Old Bedford Road Goldens Bridge, NY 10526

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Step into Nature

As I was driving north on Route 123 toward the traffic light, my peripheral vision caught an unexpected sight on my right. A set of freshly constructed wooden stairs and handrails had magically appeared, seemingly overnight, leading into the woods.

How delightful! My imagination conjured up a group of forest sprites who must have worked overnight with tiny saws and hammers to entice passersby ...

The Art of Protecting Water

We take water for granted.

Elizabeth Phelps Meyer does not.

“Water is the first medicine,” she says. “We use it to heal, to cleanse, to live. We are disconnected from all this in our culture, but Native Americans are not.”

When the visual arts educator and interdisciplinary artist became aware in 2016 of the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline by the ...

Fall in Albany

I love New York. No secret that I’m a huge fan. I could write an entire column just about the majesty, wonder and vitality of this great state. There is so much to see and do and experience that most weeks I have trouble narrowing down what I am excited about. 

This week I had a plan, and then my friend and colleague Bruce told me about his impromptu visit to Albany and how ...

Quoth the Raven, ‘Caw’

One of the things I do actually love about the suburbs is the quiet. Of course, the quiet mostly happens in short spurts between clamorous bouts of home construction, lawn mowers, garbage trucks, cicadas, and dogs barking. But when I do get it, it’s glorious.

So, naturally, as I was having one of those brief, late afternoon quiet moments on my deck, a bird suddenly landed on my deck ...

Stopping the Presses

Last week it was announced that the Daily News had laid off half its editorial staff. The parent company, the aptly named Tronc, Inc., explained that the layoffs were necessary in order to focus on its online media. If you plan to get all your news online, you probably know by now that the internet is a great place to find cat videos. Do you hear “laurel” or “yanni?” Did ...