ADULT PROGRAMS (NON-SERIES)
The following programs are hosted by the Greenburgh Nature Center in partnership with either the Sierra Club Lower Hudson Group or the Town of Greenburgh’s Conservation Advisory Council (CAC).
These programs are designed for adults and High School students. FREE
Wednesday, May 11, 7:30PM
The Reality of Life Without Plastic Bags
Watch a visual tour of the life cycle of a plastic bag. Anne Bobroff-Hajal, member of Eco-Neighbors in White Plains, will present research on the effects of plastic bag restriction and its impact on commerce and consumer convenience. An update on the County-wide discussion of single-use plastic bags in Westchester will follow. Refreshments at 7PM, program begins at 7:30PM. Co-sponsored by Lower Hudson Sierra Group. Free and open to all.
Thursday, May 12, 7:30PM
Birds of the Caribbean: An Island by Island Tour with Herbert Raffaele, Ph.D.
International conservationist Dr. Herbert Raffaele leads a discussion on Caribbean birds, highlighting the todies and palmchats. Learn about avifauna, ecology, folklore, threats to survival and the role of James Bond. Refreshments at 7:15PM, program begins at 7:30PM. Co-sponsored by Central Westchester Audubon and Bronx River/Sound Shore Audubon. Free and open to the public.
Wednesday, June 8, 7:30PM
Changes in Our Regional Energy Grid: Reducing Carbon While Saving Money?
Westchester Smart Power discusses how new technology and changes in the energy market structure provide opportunities to reduce carbon emissions and save money. Learn how you can benefit as a consumer by choosing 100% renewable energy. Refreshments at 7PM, program begins at 7:30PM. Co-sponsored by Lower Hudson Sierra Group. Free and open to all.