Family Art Project: Harvest Hangings for Wildlife Trees
Meet at Wave Hill House
Goldfinches, woodpeckers, dark-eyed juncos, blue jays and robins are just a few of the local bird species that inhabit Wave Hill in winter. Using seeds, nuts and pinecones, make edible hangings for our feathered friends to enjoy. Then, create a bird house using natural and upcycled materials. Families will be invited to contribute their edible ornaments to the Wildlife Trees on display in front of the Perkins Visitor Center.
Registration not required.
The program takes place indoors in the Kerlin Learning Center located on the lower level of Wave Hill House. Please note the following important COVID-related information to ensure everyone’s safety:
- Approximately nine families will be able to participate at a time, based on the time each family arrives.
- If capacity is full when you arrive, we will provide a “come back” card so you will have first entry for the next session.
- Each family will receive its own set of materials and cleaning will happen in between seating participants.
- Unvaccinated visitors are encouraged to wear a mask inside.
Wave Hill House is located along a paved route with moderate changes in grade. The building is wheelchair-accessible. There is an accessible, ground-level entrance at the front of the building with a power-assist door. The restroom on the ground level is all-gender and ADA-compliant. Additional ADA-compliant restrooms are available on the lower level, which can be accessed by elevator.