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Saturday, September 25

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This fall offers wonderful onsite and virtual programs and events

  • Families
  • Nature

Wings Over Wave Hill: Butterfly Day

  • On-site
  • Families

Family Art Project: In the Path of Monarch Butterflies

  • On-site
  • Art
  • Talks + Tours

Public Gallery Tour

  • On-site
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September 26 - October 2

2017 09 29 12276 Wave Hill

This fall offers wonderful onsite and virtual programs and events

  • Families

Family Art Project: In the Path of Monarch Butterflies

  • On-site
  • Wellness + Cooking

Wellness: Equinox Sun Salutations

  • On-site
  • Gardens
  • Talks + Tours

Public Garden Highlights Walk

  • On-site
  • Workshops + Demos

Plein Air Watercolors with Wennie Huang

  • On-site
  • Gardens

Early Closing

  • On-site
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Annual Gardeners' Party Honors Louis Bauer Thu, Sep 30

Wedding lower lawn
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Oliveira Emily Mundos Irrealis Artist Talk Courtesty of Wave Hill
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Arts & Wave Hill

Artists take advantage of our unique site to explore dynamic relationships between nature, culture and site.

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September poem

A Calendar of Sonnets: September by Helen Hunt Jackson

O golden month! How high thy gold is heaped!
The yellow birch-leaves shine like bright coins strung
On wands; the chestnut's yellow pennons tongue
To every wind its harvest challenge. Steeped

In yellow, still lie fields where wheat was reaped;
And yellow still the corn sheaves, stacked among
The yellow gourds, which from the earth have wrung
Her utmost gold. To highest boughs have leaped
The purple grape,
—last thing to ripen, late
By very reason of its precious cost.
O Heart, remember, vintages are lost

If grapes do not for freezing night-dews wait.
Think, while thou sunnest thyself in Joy's estate,
Mayhap thou canst not ripen without frost!

Faces of Wave Hill

Louis Bauer Aug 2021 credit Wave Hill
Here, visitors might discover a planting or plant combination that’s relatable and imagine, 'maybe I could do this; I could make this.' That intimacy, that scale, allows visitors to fully get away, to breathe and let the experience wash over them. It’s like coming back home.
Louis Bauer Former Senior Director of Horticulture—#FacesofWaveHill