Thursday, June 2
9:15 am - 3:30 pm
Please join the Rowayton Gardeners for a fabulous field trip to Wave Hill, a spectacular 28-acre site in the Riverdale section of the Bronx that includes public gardens, a greenhouse, an 8-acre woodland, and two houses on the property. Famous tenants have included Mark Twain, the Theodore Roosevelt family, and Arturo Toscanini.
Steven Conoway, Associate Director of Horticulture, will give us an overview and history of the property, and the extensive collection of over 4,000 varieties of unusual and rare trees, shrubs, and plants. Along the way, we’ll relish views of the Hudson River and Palisades.
After our tour of the gardens, we’ll enjoy boxed lunches on the Kate French Terrace, have some time to visit the shop at Wave Hill, and explore on our own. The trip will go, rain or shine. Wear comfortable shoes for walking the grounds.
Date and Times:Thursday, June 2. Meet at the RCC at 9:15 AM
Tour at 11 AM We’ll be back at the RCC parking lot before 3:30 PM
Place: Wave Hill Public Gardens and Cultural Center
4900 Independence Ave, Brooklyn, NY 10471
Fee: $65/person members; $75/person non-members
Payment must be completed to reserve your spot
Registration starts for Members on May 3rd. We will open the registration for non-members on May 16th. Last day to register and pay is Thursday, May 26th.There will be no refunds, unless your space can be filled from our waiting list. We will follow current COVID guidance, at the time of the field trip. Space is limited to 20 participants.
Further details on car-pooling, parking, etc., will be sent to each paid registrant a few days before the field trip. You will make your luncheon selection when you register and pay. If you have any questions, please contact: Amy Tyson: email@example.com.