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National Park Events

March 2015

4

WED

Westchester
County

Brazilian Jazz
Saint Paul's Church
1pm

Join Marc Morganelli as he fills the historic church with the vibrant sounds of Brazilian Jazz, accompanied by keyboard.

5

THU

Westchester
County

The Lenape Indians
Saint Paul's Church
7pm

See scholar and author Dr. David Oestreicher give a presentation on the Lenape Indians, the original settlers of the Lower Hudson Valley Region.

7

SAT

Monmouth
County

Winter Birds of Sandy Hook
Sandy Hook
10am-5pm

Join NYC Audubon for a hike of the Hook. Watch for a variety of species including Arctic-bound migrants and harbor seals as well as loons, sea ducks, snow buntings, and horned larks. Call 212-691-7483 or email dklein@nycaudubon.org for reservations. Fee program. Space is limited.

11

WED

Westchester
County

Woman of Distinction
Saint Paul's Church
1pm

Celebrate Women's History Month with a talk about Mary Gedney, business and civic leader, whose life reveals the context of successful 19th century American women.

14

SAT

Westchester
County

Louise Catherine Adams
Saint Paul's Church
1pm

Enjoy a living history presentation on the life of Louisa Catherine Adams, wife of President John Quincy Adams.

 

 

Westchester
County

Akjun Ballet
Saint Paul's Church
2pm

Join the world renowned Ajkun Ballet Theater for a special dance sequence evoking the lives of three prominent women from American and Saint Paul's history-- Anne Hutchinson, Abigail Adams and Eleanor Roosevelt.

 

 

Monmouth
County

Call of the Wild
Sandy Hook
Visitor Center Parking Lot
5pm

Listen for Woodcocks and other calling creatures with Monmouth County Audubon Society naturalists.

18

WED

Westchester
County

Welcome Spring
Saint Paul's Church
1pm

Welcome Spring with a performance by acclaimed organist Kathryn Jones on the 1830 Erben-- one of the nation's oldest working pipe organs.

28

SAT

Queens

Early Spring Migrants of Jamaica Bay
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
10am-1pm

Join NYC Audubon naturalist Don Riepe, for a presentation at the Wildlife Refuge followed by a walk to look for returning ibis, egrets, oystercatchers, phoebes and other migrants. Call 917-371-8577 or email donreipe@gmail.com for details. Space is limited.
 
Other Activities
For ongoing activities at the national parks and other destinations on New York Harbor, see the park activities guide or choose a place to visit on the Harbor Map.
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