Calendar of events


Saturday, April 17

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Three great landscape Art Exhibits

12:00 PM
See the works of Laura Martinez-Bianco, Robert Trondsen, and the Romantic Landscape juried exhibit exhibiting now at the Wallkill River School!

Visit the Museum

12:00 PM
Enjoy Hudson River maritime history on the Rondout in Kingston

Sunday, April 18

Frog and Salamander Search for Families at Minnewaska

10:00 AM
Join Laura Conner, Environmental Educator and Vanessa Pagano, Student Conservation Association/AmeriCorps Environmental Educator on a short, family- friendly hike to look for salamanders, frogs, and …

Hike to Verkeerder Kill Falls at Sam’s Point

10:30 AM
Join Dylan Medici, Student Conservation Association/AmeriCorps Stewardship Assistant, for a hike to Verkeerderkill Falls. Falling 187 feet over a dramatic, rocky ledge, Verkeerderkill Falls is the …

DIRT: Inside Landscapes

11:00 AM
DIRT: Inside Landscapes will be the base for artist Emilie Houssart’s explorations into how we relate to surrounding ecologies. Guest curated by Emilie Houssart, as part of the Dorsky …

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Three great landscape Art Exhibits

12:00 PM
See the works of Laura Martinez-Bianco, Robert Trondsen, and the Romantic Landscape juried exhibit exhibiting now at the Wallkill River School!

Early Spring Wildflowers Hike

2:00 PM
As the earth begins to warm, the forest reawakens with beauty. Join Michael Rider, Preserve Volunteer, for a walk in the woods as you learn to identify coltsfoot, bloodroot, hepatica, spring beauties …

Tuesday, April 20

Early Morning Birders at Minnewaska

8:00 AM
2021 marks the return of this ever popular program, led by Scott Baldinger, well-known Hudson Valley birder. Designed for both birding enthusiasts and those just looking to learn the basics, this …

Wednesday, April 21

DIRT: Inside Landscapes

11:00 AM
DIRT: Inside Landscapes will be the base for artist Emilie Houssart’s explorations into how we relate to surrounding ecologies. Guest curated by Emilie Houssart, as part of the Dorsky …

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Thursday, April 22

Drop in Earth Day Celebration at Sam’s Point

10:00 AM
Join Sam’s Point staff in appreciating our Earth and learning how we can make our planet a better place. Drop-in to a staffed, education station to learn all about pollinator gardens, play a …

DIRT: Inside Landscapes

11:00 AM
DIRT: Inside Landscapes will be the base for artist Emilie Houssart’s explorations into how we relate to surrounding ecologies. Guest curated by Emilie Houssart, as part of the Dorsky …

Kathy Goodell:

11:00 AM
A survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell, Infra-Loop explores through-lines in the artist’s work across painting, drawing, and sculpture, examining a mystic language that loops between …

Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator

11:00 AM
Using photography as a tool for social change, Lewis Hine’s (1874–1940) powerful photographs for the National Child Labor Commission proved the exploitation of young children working in unsafe …

Friday, April 23

Birding Basics at Gardiner Library

9:00 AM
Are you interested in birds or birdwatching? Join Nick Martin, Park Educator, in this first installment of a four-part series. During this program, we will take a walk on the trails near the library. Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars, …