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Saturday, Dec. 7 (See map view)

The author Ahrundati Roy tells us that “a new world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day I can hear her breathing.” How will you bring your imagination to envision the kind of world we can create together? Infuse your vision for how you’d like the earth to look with messages of possibility. Try on what it feels like to be an urban planner planting more street trees …

When: Saturday, Dec. 7, 10am–1pm

Create your own gifts and holiday decorations inspired by the gardens at Wave Hill. In this drop-in workshop, fashion a pair of sweet miniature arrangements in tiny containers using fresh greens, pinecones and other natural materials. Give your arrangements as gifts, or enjoy them on your own holiday table. Creative guidance offered by Director of Public Programs Laurel Rimmer. Material fee discounted …

When: Saturday, Dec. 7, 11am–3pm

Sunday, Dec. 8 (See map view)

The author Ahrundati Roy tells us that “a new world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day I can hear her breathing.” How will you bring your imagination to envision the kind of world we can create together? Infuse your vision for how you’d like the earth to look with messages of possibility. Try on what it feels like to be an urban planner planting more street trees …

When: Sunday, Dec. 8, 10am–1pm

Create your own gifts and holiday decorations inspired by the gardens at Wave Hill. In this drop-in workshop, fashion a pair of sweet miniature arrangements in tiny containers using fresh greens, pinecones and other natural materials. Give your arrangements as gifts, or enjoy them on your own holiday table. Creative guidance offered by Director of Public Programs Laurel Rimmer. Material fee discounted …

When: Sunday, Dec. 8, 11am–3pm

Saturday, Dec. 14 (See map view)

Look to the internal navigational systems of swifts and pigeons. Look to the bees, who use remembered landmarks to find their way, and to the sea turtle, who uses the sun for way-finding. And the wood mouse, who forages twigs and leaves to create landmarks for exploration. Then think about the tracks animals leave behind. Using natural and food materials, create your own self-portrait from the tracks …

When: Saturday, Dec. 14, 10am–1pm

Sunday, Dec. 15 (See map view)

Look to the internal navigational systems of swifts and pigeons. Look to the bees, who use remembered landmarks to find their way, and to the sea turtle, who uses the sun for way-finding. And the wood mouse, who forages twigs and leaves to create landmarks for exploration. Then think about the tracks animals leave behind. Using natural and food materials, create your own self-portrait from the tracks …

When: Sunday, Dec. 15, 10am–1pm

Saturday, Dec. 21 (See map view)

Use flower petals and other natural materials to create celestial scenes that capture light on the longest night of the year. Celebrate the balance of night and day by coming together to tell stories and create poetry to welcome winter and invite dormancy, rest and snowy nights. Create a three-dimensional light catcher infused with your own found poetry.

When: Saturday, Dec. 21, 10am–1pm

Sunday, Dec. 22 (See map view)

Use flower petals and other natural materials to create celestial scenes that capture light on the longest night of the year. Celebrate the balance of night and day by coming together to tell stories and create poetry to welcome winter and invite dormancy, rest and snowy nights. Create a three-dimensional light catcher infused with your own found poetry.

When: Sunday, Dec. 22, 10am–1pm

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