The Parker is producing indispensable science about solar physics and the effects of solar storms on Earth. You can choose to make the “Basic” or “Advanced” model, but you’ll learn about the mind-boggling engineering behind the spacecraft with either one!
In this workshop, engage in mindful travel through drawing and writing with artist James McElhinney. He will introduce you to the practice of expeditionary artists that is adaptable to all kinds of travel—real, virtual, remembered, or imaginary—in the great outdoors or in the confines of your home, your neighborhood, or your own backyard.
Join this virtual tour with Laura Vookles, Chair of the Curatorial Department, and learn how women’s fashion in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries morphed from bustles to lobster tail trains, to more bustles, and then hourglass silhouettes. By the end of Glenview’s era as a residence, women would finally be freed from their corsets.
A live workshop and travel along some of our favorite works of map art in our collection. Flex your cartographic creativity by making your own map of places that are important to you. All you need is paper and something you can use for drawing. Ages 4 and up.
Watch Elisa Zazzera as she demonstrates the techniques you’ll need to start composting at home. Zazzera is a Westchester County Master Composter and Recycler, member of the US Composting Council, and Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct board member who has been actively involved in local and county-wide solid waste initiatives for close to 15 years. Zazzera has helped dozens of families start and improve their backyard compost systems, as well as helped to institute the Food Scrap Recycling Program in Hastings-on-Hudson.