To purchase bus tour tickets, call 914-762-2912 x 110.To enter EagleFestsm this year, you will need a wristband. If you have purchased pre-sale tickets, please bring your receipt to the admissions tent to receive wristbands for entry.
Trails are open 365 days a year from dawn to dusk.
Teatown Lake Reservation’s
mission is to conserve open
space and to educate and
involve the regional community
in order to sustain the diversity
of wildlife, plants and habitats
for future generations.
Your donation can make
an immediate impact to help
conserve and protect the
diversity of wildlife, plants
today and into the future.
In Teatown’s Gallery
Through January 31
Recent Works by
Inez Andrucyk has exhibited at The Hudson River Museum, The Jacob Burns Film Center, The Katonah Museum, The Arts Exchange, various galleries, colleges and universities, and was a guest speaker at The National Museum in Malta and Rutgers University. Murals are located in New York City (featured on Channel 11 News) and Port Chester, NY.
Photos of her work have been featured in The New York Times, and in “Crimes of the Beats and Unbearables.” Her Community Mural was listed in “On the Wall: Community Murals” by Janet Braun-Reinitz and Jane Weissman.
Inez enjoys teaching art to adults, children, youth and at risk populations. Her long term teaching position is at Silvermine Arts Center.
All photographs are for sale, and all proceeds will be donated to Teatown Lake Reservation.
Animal Adventures- Gnawing Critters
Saturday, February 1, 11:00am- 12:00pm
Join us on Saturday to meet and learn about Teatown’s furry, scurry rodent friends! Families with children over 4 years old. Free for members, $5 for non-members.
The whistle-pig (groundhog) is leaving clues for you to find around Teatown. Join in the quest as we search and discover the whereabouts of this wily critter. Families with children 4-7 years old. Free for members, $5 for non-members.
Don’t miss out on the summer fun, friendships, and exploration! Register your child for Teatown’s natural science day camp. Registration for members with first time campers starts February 11. Registration for non-members with first time camper starts March 11. Click here for more information!
Teatown’s Return of the Eagle Program
The eagles have been active for Ossining’s first graders at the Croton boat ramp this week. The first graders are getting an up-close and personal experience with the eagles, giving hands-on experience for their in-school curriculum. Teatown educators and volunteers assist the students in viewing the bald eagles through the spotting scope and instruct them in bald eagle ecology. The eagles, of all ages, are enjoying the cold weather and ice. They have been seen soaring over Eagle Bay, perching in tall trees near Croton Point Park, and feasting on fish on an ice shelf.
On February 16, Wave Hill be hosting a concert featuring The Crossroads Project a group comprised of musicians, artists and environmental activists who have created an artistic response to their concerns about climate change and sustainability. The group was featured in The New York Times on January 24, 2014.
Teatown members, can take advantage of the Wave Hill Member rate of $22 (adults and seniors); $12 (child 7 to 18) (regular priced tickets for the performance are $32 Adult, $28 Senior and $18 child). To receive the special rate, members need to enter “Teatown” in the registration field that requests the Wave Hill Member account number, and then select the Wave Hill Member rate.
To purchase tickets or for additional information click here!
Sitting on PURPOSE: 30 Days Can Change Everything Wednesday, February 5
Presented by Sagefire Institute: The ancient practice of Sit Spot is a form of daily meditation that takes a person out of their head and into their senses. Unlike other forms of meditation, Sit Spot and its associated core routines of awareness, is done outside where you can experience the fullness of life and fall more deeply in love with the earth.
Taken alone or as a family, you will decrease stress and increase your connection to the natural world through:
30 days of assignments to learn about local wildlife, mapping, and exercises to better your awareness. These are done at home and at your own pace.
Access to a private on-line community where you can exchange information and inspire others towards nature friendly living.
Four community calls for support and guidance. (The calls take place on 2/6, 2/13, 2/20 & 2/27 at 7pm). Call-in Information will be sent upon registration.