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Hatha Yoga
Sunday, Jun 12, 2011
Wave Hill
West 249th Street at Independence Avenue, Bronx, NY 10471

Time: 10AM-11:15AM
Surround yourself with the beauty of Wave Hill as you participate in their seasonal Hatha Yoga program involving the use of postures, breath control and meditation to create a supple, strong and relaxed body and mind. Classes are taught by instructors from Yoga for Bliss. Participants should bring a mat, dress in loosely fitting clothing and come to class with breakfast well digested. Two levels offered, taught concurrently. The Beginners/Gentle level includes demonstrations of poses, clear instructions and some individual attention. The Advanced Beginners level focuses on alignment and flow, and is for students who practice more regularly and would like a more challenging class. Sessions are held outdoors every Sunday and are weather dependent. Registration opens at 9am. Session fee includes admission to the grounds: $15 members, $23 non-members.

Birding Along the Hudson Nature Walk
Sunday, Jun 12, 2011
Wave Hill
West 249th Street at Independence Avenue, Bronx, NY 10471

Time: 9:30AM-11:30AM

Explore the Hudson River’s avian ecology starting at the tip of Manhattan and migrating north. Walks are led by NYC Audubon naturalist Gabriel Willow on the second Sunday of each month through the fall. The walk is ideal for ages 10 and up. Session fee includes admission to grounds: $10 members, $18 non-members.

Riverdale RiverFest
Sunday, Jun 12, 2011
Riverdale Choral Society
P.O. Box 436, Bronx, NY 10471

Time: 1PM-6PM
In celebration of the Hudson River and the Riverdale Greenway, the Festival features live local musicians and entertainers, arts & crafts, food, and much more. Location: The College of Mount St. Vincent on the Marillac Lawn overlooking the Hudson River.
Rain date: June 19.

The Food and Culture of the Alhambra
Sunday, Jun 12, 2011
New York Botanical Garden
200th Street and Kazimiroff Boulevard, Bronx, NY

Discover the food and culture of the al-Andalus region of Spain. Tastings and special presentations highlight the flavors of almond, citrus, olives, and eggplant.Location: The Perennial Garden. Admission: All-Garden Pass - $20 adults, $18 students/ seniors, $8 children 2-12; children under 2 are free

Anne Hutchinson Festival
Sunday, Jun 12, 2011
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum and Gardens
895 Shore Road, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx, NY 10464


In celebration of the 420th anniversary of Anne Hutchinson’s birth, the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum and the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation offer an afternoon of colonial crafts, herbs, and music. Plus Native American storytelling and hikes with the Urban Park Rangers. The afternoon ends with a talk on Hutchinson’s remarkable life. Registration requested.