February 13, 14 & 15
Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Trailside Nature & Science Center, Mountainside, NJ
For families with children ages four and older:
The Journey of Sap to Syrup - See how 100% real maple syrup is made from the sap of a sugar maple tree. Find out what equipment is needed to collect sap and take a walk to a tapped sugar maple tree.
Sat 02/13/21 9:30am-10:15am
Sun 02/14/21 9:30am-10:15am
Mon 02/15/21 9:30am-10:15am
Remarkable Raptors - Meet a live hawk and owl and discover the life of a raptor. Discover what specifically makes a bird a raptor while learning about both diurnal and nocturnal adaptations and how they utilize their sense to locate and obtain their prey.
Sat 02/13/21 11am-11:45am
Sun 02/14/21 11am-11:45am
Mon 02/15/21 11am-11:45am
Hocus Pocus Magic Show - Join Joe Fischer for an afternoon filled with a perfect blend of magic, audience participation, comedy and excitement.
Sat 02/13/21 1pm-1:45pm
Sun 02/14/21 1pm-1:45pm
Mon 02/15/21 1pm-1:45pm
Mon 02/15/21 2:15pm-3pm
Winter Walk Scavenger Hunt - Search for buck rubs, animal tracks, niggled twigs and other signs that tell us our animal neighbors have visited. See how many signs of winter we can find on our scavenger hunt through the Watchung Reservation. Warm up around a campfire with hot chocolate.
Sat 02/13/21 2:30pm-3:15pm
Sun 02/14/21 2:30pm-3:15pm
Mon 02/15/21 2:30pm-3:15pm
Hosted by the American Hungarian Foundation
Submissions due January 18, 2021
In the midst of a pandemic and continued broad racial reckonings, the Windows of Understanding project is seeking submissions for a special virtual exhibition to help broaden our questioning and understanding of the intersectionality of RACIAL JUSTICE with the five central issues being explored in our public art displays: Climate Change, Food Insecurity, Healing from Trauma, Public Health, and Youth Engagement. Submissions may also explore artists' personal experience with racial justice.
Artists across all mediums, including poetry and video, are invited to submit.