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November events at Wave Hill

Autumn happenings at Wave Hill

The fun never stops at Wave Hill.

The air might be chilly, but children can still meander through the gardens and create fun art projects each weekend from Nov. 10 through 29.

The weekend of Nov. 10 and 11 finds children making vibrant collage prints with all the colors of autumn.

Then, visitors celebrate corn and Native Americans on the weekend of Nov. 17 and 18 by listening to folk tales and making a doll out of corn husks.

Visit Wave Hill on Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 24 and 25, and create a wall hanging with found items from a walk through the grounds.

Family members have a chance to do some early holiday shopping on Nov. 29 from 5 to 8 pm when Wave Hill opens its doors for a very special market of hand-made goods and an evening of music (free admission).

Family Art Projects are scheduled from 10 am to 1 pm each weekend from Nov. 10 through Nov. 29.

Admission is free with admission to the grounds.

Wave Hill [W. 249th Street and Independence Avenue in Riverdale, (718) 549–3200, www.wavehill.org].

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