Apr 1, 2011

Spring has almost sprung!

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Book Signing: Tottenville
Saturday, April 2, 12:00pm-1:30pm
Staten Island History Center & Archives
Building H, Snug Harbor, 1000 Richmond Terr.   
Join the Tottenville Historical Society's Linda Cutler Hauck, Tina Kaasmann-Dunn and Diane Schaming for a signing of their new book Images of America, published by Acadia.   

Art Talk: Andrea Phillips, Collage Artist   
Jazz Andrea Phillips
Sunday, April 3, 2:00pm 
Staten Island Museum
75 Stuyvesant Place 

FREE w/ Museum admission 

Andrea Phillips will be joined by Deirdre Harris-Kelley & Sheila Rohan of the Romare Bearden Foundation to discuss the work, techniques and stories of the artist. While you're there - don't forget to view Andrea Phillips' current exhibition: Pieces of Spirit.


OspreyEco Walk: Early Migration on the Dunes   
Sunday, April 10, 9:00am
Great Kills Park  


Our walk to Crooke's Point will focus on insects and song birds that use the dunes & beaches during migration. Meet at the last parking lot on Buffalo Street before Crooke's Point. 

Supported by HSBC, USA, N.A. 

Teen EnviroTeen Environmental Club:  
Beach Clean-Up at  
Wolfe's Pond Park 
Sunday, April 10, 1:00pm - 3:00pm


Make a difference and earn community service credits. Gloves, bags and light refreshments provided. Meet in the main parking area near the brick field station. Visit http://sim-teenenvironmentalclub.ning.com/ or call Seth Wollney at (718) 483-7105 for more information. 

Supported by Con Edison, the Verizon Foundation and The New York City Environmental Fund administered by the Hudson River Foundation.

Mid-Week Bird Walk Sparrow
Wednesday, April 13, 10:00am
Conference House Park  

Explore NYC's southernmost park as we search for newly arrived migrants, including pine & palm warblers, eastern phoebe and blue-gray gnatcatchers. Meet at the Visitor's Center at the end of Hylan Blvd.

Call Ed Johnson at (718) 483-7110 for more information.

Supported by HSBC, USA, N.A. 

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