Enjoy the history, lore and music of Sea Chanteys. Sing and play along to the work songs that told the tales of high adventure.
Join us for a day of coastal habitat stewardship! During this program we will create burlap "Tortilla" planting disks which will be used to plant eelgrass in local bays this fall. We will also be planting and splitting Spartina Alterniflora, or March Grass. These plants will be used for our coastal habitat restoration work on Long Island.
Roll up your sleeves and get your feet wet--Learn how to row a boat!
Learn to read those colorful signal flags and spell out your name with a craft to take home.
It's tough to be a mammal out in the ocean. Join us for an exploration of the lives of marine mammals. You will learn about marine mammal anatomy and biology, aquatic adaptations, species identification, conservation efforts and more.
Using discarded litter, create your own piece of beauty under that guidance of a professional artist.
Along with a lively whale tale, the class will enjoy the art of Scrimshaw and create their own craft to take home.
Learn the ancient art of "Fish Rubbing," better known as Gyotaku. Artist Joe Mullins will lead us step by step to learn this ancient yet completely contemporary artistic technique.