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Sunset Wednesdays resume Wednesday, July 11
Thursdays get serene again this Thursday, July 12
In Glyndor Gallery this summer: Ecological Consciousness, Artist as Instigator
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What's in Bloom

Invasive Species Awareness Week is finally here! We highlight our long-term dedication to invasive species management this week by sharing our current efforts and findings. In particular, Wave Hill is providing a platform for scientists and students alike to identify and manage threats to our diverse ecosystem. WERM interns learn alongside NYC scientists like Alex Byrne while collecting data on the health of macroinvertebrates and water quality in New York City.
Jul 10, 2018 Van Cortlandt Park
Invasive Species Awareness Week is finally here! We highlight our long-term dedication to invasive species management this week by sharing our current efforts a...
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Thursday #summerevenings teem with activity in the gardens\u2014maybe join a guided garden walk or step indoors for a meet-and-greet with some of our wildlife neighbors\u2014think owls and snakes! \U0001f4f7: Joshua BrightWe're open Jul 4\u2014hurray for mid-week holidays!\u2014when #summerevenings at Wave Hill take their own break. Then it's Balkan brass on Wed, Jul 12 and a nature presentation\u2014meet some nocturnal "animal ambassadors"\u2014on Thu, Jul 13.Summer evenings at Wave Hill! Sunset Wednesdays and Serene Thursdays, starting this week. Photo: Joshua Bright. #summerevenings
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Wave Hill's Family Album

Check out 50 years of Wave Hill memories - and add your own!
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Con Edison STEM Days Out

Learn more about this new STEM initiative for middle-schoolers, sponsored by Con E...
Wave Hill gardener Jen Cimno talks about balancing the practical and the aesthetic

From the Blog

Wave Hill gardener Jen Cimino talk about balancing the practical and the aesthetic