WEEKLY PROGRAMS

RECOMMENDED: FOR ALL / FOR FAMILIES


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Wednesdays–Sundays, 1 & 3pm

Walk through Glenview’s period rooms and travel back in time to 1876! Tours of our Gilded Age historic home are available year-round, featuring the Great Hall, Sitting Room, Parlor, Dining Room, Ebony Library, and Yonkers’ favorite dollhouse, Nybelwyck Hall. This season, in honor of Walks with Artists: The Hudson Valley and Beyond, Museum Guides will bring special attention to the significance of Glenview’s location on the banks of the Hudson River.

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Saturdays and Sundays, 1–4pm

Participate in an afternoon of art activities related to the structure of landscapes. Designed by Teaching Artist-in-Residence Andrea Packard, the theme of December workshops will be “Holiday Scents,” while the theme of January workshops will be “Choose Your Own Perspective.”

OCTOBER: "Making Art with the Masters"
NOVEMBER: "Symbols of Nature"
DECEMBER: "Holiday Scents"
JANUARY: "Choose Your Own Perspective"

Family Studio Weekend Programs are sponsored, in part, by

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Saturdays, 1–4pm

This fall, the workshops, entitled "Isotope Mobile" and "Landscape of Time," encourage participants to look at individual elements (like water and trees) to uncover the history of a landscape and predict what it might look like in the future.Activities designed by Teaching Scientist-in-Residence Dr. Allegra N. LeGrande of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Dr. LeGrande will personally facilitate workshops on Saturday, November 4 and Saturday, December 2 from 1–4pm.

Family Studio Weekend Programs are sponsored, in part, by

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Saturdays and Sundays, 2pm

Explore the Hudson Riverama Environmental Gallery with the Museum's Junior Docents, who will demonstrate different concepts each month.

OCTOBER: Erosion in the Upper Hudson
NOVEMBER: Marshes in the Middle Hudson
DECEMBER & JANUARY: Pollution in the Lower Hudson

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Saturdays and Sundays, 1–4pm

A safe space for young children up to age 5 to explore, play, and create with their families, the Early Explorers room hosts a large-scale dollhouse, blocks, puppet theater, and books. A Junior Docent is present to answer questions and suggest activities. Children must be accompanied by a caregiver.