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Programs & Events

Access For All

Mohonk Preserve is committed to inclusive programming wherever possible. Special seating requests are often possible for lecture-style presentations and many public programs may be ASL-interpreted (American Sign Language) if requested a minimum of 10 business days in advance. For additional information and/or to place a request contact lborer@mohonkpreserve.org or call (845)255-0919 ext.1233. 

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Upcoming Programs and Events:


 

  • Tuesdays in July and August, 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.

    Join Tom Dunseith of Whole Sky Yoga for these All Levels Yoga Classes this summer. Classes feature a blend of yoga postures that accommodate a wide range of abilities regardless of age, mobility or experience while still challenging the experienced practitioner. Classes run from through August 31. Sign up for a single class or 9 sessions. Bring your own mat and water. Rain or Shine. Please arrive 15 minutes early to settle in so class can start promptly. Children age 12 and up are welcome and must always be accompanied by an adult. Registration is required and limited to 30 participants per session. Masks are required for participants who are not fully vaccinated. Fees: Mohonk Preserve members: $12/class, $99/9 sessions. Non-members: $15/class, $128/9 sessions.

    Photo by Bill Winter

 


 

  • Thursday, August 12th, 9 p.m.-11 p.m.
    [Rain/Cloud dates: Friday, August 13th or Saturday, August 14th]

    Please join us for a guided tour of the night sky and view the Perseids Meteor Shower! John R. Kirk Planetarium Director Raj Pandya will lead us through the stars and constellations. Each year in August, Earth passes through the trail of debris left behind by comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle. Small bits of dust left behind by the comet burn up in Earth’s atmosphere, creating a meteor shower. Shooting stars appear to originate from the constellation Perseus, hence the name, “Perseids.” The dark skies undisturbed by major light pollution at the Mohonk Preserve are an outstanding viewing location. Bring a flashlight, warm layers, and a camp chair or blanket to lay on. Masks are required for those not fully vaccinated. Children age 5 and up are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is required and limited; register early. No walk ins. Fee: $10 per person.

    Photo by Gerald Liddelow

 


 

  • Sunday August 15th, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

    Join Jane Dobson, Mindful Nature Guide, in the Japanese practice of Forest Bathing. Introduced in the 1980s, Forest Bathing began as a preventative healthcare practice to counter the daily stress of everyday life. Even after small periods of time in a natural environment, we experience real and measurable physical and mental health benefits including reduced levels of the stress hormone cortisol, improved mood and focus. Join us as we move mindfully through a forested landscape actively engaging our senses and opening ourselves to the awe and beauty of the present moment. This program will be 100% outdoors masks are required for those who are not vaccinated. Ages 16 and up welcome and must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs allowed. Wear layers and proper footwear. Registration is required and limited to 10. The cost per person for Mohonk Preserve members: $20/session. The cost for non-members: $23/session.

    Photo by David Johnson

 


 

  • New! Outdoor Family Experiences.
    New! Outdoor Family Experiences.

    Weekdays and Weekends, June 16th through September 3rd, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Mohonk Preserve is excited to offer this new program to bring your family to the great outdoors together! Each Outdoor Family Experience offers a 4-hour, back-to-nature themed program, expertly guided by a professional Environmental Educator. Choose from four of our most popular experiences, or try them all! Programs include: Family Orienteering for Beginners, A Day in the Life: Lenape Lifeways, Pond Exploration and Scavenger Hunt, and Stream and Forest Family Discovery!

    Photo by Cornelia DeDona



Banner photo by Tom Weiner