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Family Art Project: Petals for Our Pollinators

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We thank the bees, bats, birds, moths, and butterflies for their work to help flowers reproduce. Use pressed petals that have naturally fallen from plants to create a landing pad for these generous beings. Then, use seeds and dirt to create a living sculpture of a pollinator you would like to honor to take home and plant. Native Pollinators Day event. The number of families able to participate at any given time will be limited to about five. If you arrive and capacity is full, program staff will provide a “come back” card so you will have first entry for the next session. Shine only. Check the website starting at 8AM morning of, for the status of the day’s program. Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather and to work with natural materials. Have your masks on when you arrive! And please be prepared to respect physical distancing throughout your stay. The location will be the Conifer Slope, just to the right of, and below, Wave Hill House. Please enter from the paved roadway that runs along the front of Wave Hill House, then cross the lawn leading down to the Conifer Slope. Staff will greet you there! Throughout the program, staff will follow strict cleaning and physical distancing protocols to be sure that all materials and surfaces are safe for you to use. The Conifer Slope is on a grassy hill. If getting there will be difficult for you or any family member, please contact Mallory Muya, the Arts Program Coordinator, at mallorym@wavehill.org

Most important: Please come prepared to relax and connect fully with the beauty and serenity of Wave Hill in summer!

About Wave Hill

West 249th Street and Independence Avenue

Bronx, NY

718-549-3200


    Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center in the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades. Its mission is to celebrate the artistry and legacy of its gardens and landscapes, to preserve its magnificent views, and to explore human connections to the natural world through programs in horticulture, education and the arts.