Families Explore Cattails and More
Last month Madeleine DeManche, Skidmore Class of 2010, led a very successful family program on wetlands. It was the culmination of her independent study on the pocket wetland at Hudson Crossing Park. Young and old took a close look at floating duckweed, sought out dragonflies, and created miniature models of wetlands.
Our thanks go out to Ms. DeManche, and we look forward to offering more programming like this for children and families as part of our Sunday Afternoon in the Park series. Visit our website to see a calendar of upcoming events.
in offering a program, either as a one-time event or something more
We'd love to hear from you! Nature Walks, Dog Training, Poetry Sessions,
Historical Re-Enactments, Musical Jams,
Bird-House Building, Garden Workshops, Recycling Discussions, Labyrinth
Strolls- these are just a few of the things we'd love to host and help
promote. Contact us by email (email@example.com) or by phone
at 518-859-1462 to design your
Sunday in the Park***
|The Cutting Edge Donates "Tree Cookies"|
The Fitzgerald Family Delivers Sliced Trees
|Thanks to The Cutting Edge and the Fitzgerald Family for their recent donation- our young visitors LOVE them!|
|Also: Richard Sears Tree Experts Deliver Wood Chips|
Old Trees Will Have New Life
|Thanks to Karl and the crew for providing a truckload of wood chips we can use on the trails and in the Play Garden!|
|Beautiful Blue Beds|
Volunteers Decorate with Color
|Thanks to project leader Valerie Munson-Drohobycky, her daughters Alex and Eva, as well as Natalia Lewitinn, Madison Kinney, Kaylia Sorgie, Alayna Wian, and Cameron Wian, all of whom covered the industrial gray pedestals for the raised garden bed and sandbox with colorful painted flowers and a rainbow. They are such a delightful improvement! Be sure to admire their finished work next time you visit the Play Garden.|
|Young Daisies |
Little Scouts Make a Big Contribution
As part of their journey as Daisy Scouts, a dedicated group of young green thumbs from the Schuylerville School grew and planted perennial daisies at the Park this week. Watch for these cheery flowers to pop out in the Wetland Terrace Bed and on the Lily Hill across the path.
Canalway Trails Volunteer Day THIS Saturday
Lend a Hand in honor of National Trails Day
The 7th Annual Canalway Trails Day at
Hudson Crossing Park is scheduled to take place this Saturday, June 5, 2010, to
coincide with National Trails Day. Join us for a fun day of work and
play on our trails and in our Play Garden!
Annual Canalway Trails Day
Saturday, June 05, 2010
9 a.m. - 5 p.m
For additional information,
please contact Marlene Bissell 859-1462
|Nature Story Time With Dad|
Next One is Sunday, June 20- Father's Day!
Looking for a Sunday afternoon activity with the kids? Join Lisa Shutts for a Nature Story Time at the Play Garden. With a Father's Day theme, it's a great way for Dad to enjoy outdoor time with the little ones!
NEXT Nature Story Time
Sunday, June 20, 2010
2 p.m.- 3 p.m.
Call 518-859-1462 for more information about this event.
Dates to Remember:Canalway Trails Work Party- June 5, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Hudson Crossing Triathlon- June 13, 8 a.m.
Nature Story Time- June 20, 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
And mark your summer calendar for the
Annual Cardboard Boat Race- August 14*, 8 a.m.-3
*Raindate: August 15
Hudson Crossing Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
It is non-sectarian and does not discriminate against persons of any
race, color, sexual orientation, gender,
religion, national or ethnic origin, or those with disabilities,
respecting the dignity and worth of all individuals.
|What does it take to build Hudson Crossing Park? |
Follow the link below for a wonderful short video of Hudson Crossing Park in the making...