TWO Fun Family-Friendly Nature Walks

Trails in the Villages

Sunday, April 14: 1:00 – 2:30pm, Wilson Park Drive Lot: Nature walk around Tarrytown Lakes–check out some newly blazed trails with lakes expert Mark Tornello. 10:30-11:30, Douglas Park entrance: We’ll observe the spring flora & fauna and identify some fun plants along the way–bring a camera or sketch book if you’d like to document observations.

Family-Friendly Tree Walk with the Arborist

Trails in the Villages

Saturday, April 20, 8:30-10 am: Family-Friendly Tree Walk around Tarrytown Lakes with Redmond Tsai, local arborist Meet at the Lakes Parking Lot (Neperan and Sunnyside)

Celebrate Earth Day in Beautiful Neperan Park

Neperan Park 43 Neperan Rd, Tarrytown, NY, United States

Saturday, April 20,2024 10am-1pm (Neperan Park, 43 Neperan Rd, Tarrytown): Activity 1: Save a Park tree from choking vines. Vine squad participants should wear long sleeves, gloves and sturdy footwear. Participants must sign a waiver (onsite) before commencing work. Activity 2: Plant pollinator friendly annual seeds. We will be giving away pollinator friendly seeds as well […]

Sleepy Hollow 150th Anniversary Celebration

Sykes Park

Saturday, April 20, 11am-2pm: Sleepy Hollow 150th Anniversary Celebration at Sykes Park Bring the family to celebrate the village’s 150th birthday with food trucks, a bouncy castle and music. At about noon, local arborist Peter Strom will plant the first of 150 trees that will be planted across Sleepy Hollow this year. Local environmental organizations […]

Kayak Cleanup of Tarrytown Lakes

Old Stone Pumphouse below Tarrytown Lakes

We’ll have a few (7-8) kayakers paddle around the lower Tarrytown Lake picking up trash along the shorelines, on this one-day allowance for kayaking. We’ll meet at 8am at the launch area next to the old stone pumphouse. Kayakers may Contact if interested. Of course, all paddlers will need flotation.  Because of the fishing […]

Clean Up 10591!

Patriots Park

Sunday, April 21: Clean Up 10591! Meet at Patriots Park and we’ll send you out from there on assigned routes around the two villages.

Hackley Lake Keepers Cleanup

Tarrytown Lakes Parking Lot

The stalwart students of Hackley School’s Lake Keepers plan an Earth Month cleanup around the Tarrytown Lakes on Sunday April 21, from 10am to 2pm. They are also promoting an anti-litter campaign, to alert residents to the appalling amount of litter they find along the roads near the Lakes. Particularly egregious is Tower Hill Road […]

Free Day in Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow

Saturday, April 27, 9am-5pm: Free Day Sleepy Hollow Residents are invited to put usable items you no longer want by your curb. Browse your neighborhood for treasures. If anything is left by your curb at the end of the day, please bring it back inside.

Repair Café

Sleepy Hollow Senior Center Elm St

April 28, 10-2: Repair Café at Sleepy Hollow Senior Center Bring those fix-it items collecting dust in your home to our second annual Repair Café! Repair Cafés are free community events that aim to keep our stuff out of the trash through volunteer fixers, menders, tinkerers, and people who just love to take things apart and […]

Sleepy Hollow Climate Action Plan Workshop

W.L. Morse School

Sleepy Hollow Climate Action Plan Workshop #3: Taking Climate Action You won’t want to miss out on the third and final workshop in our Climate Action Plan series! Review strategies for climate solutions and prioritize which ones are best for Sleepy Hollow. Special guest John DeCicco of DeCicco & Sons will give a sneak peak at the innovative green […]

Riverkeeper Sweep

Hudson Riverfront parks

May 4, River Sweep with Riverkeeper From Losee Park to Kingsland Point Park, we will sweep plastic and other waste out of the river and into the right place! Meet at either Losee Park Kayak Launch or at Horan’s Landing: for Losee Park start for Horan’s Landing start

Tarrytown Climate Adaptation Workshop

Warner Library

The Village of Tarrytown is continuing to explore ways to adapt to the impacts of climate change. Come learn about the findings of the Climate Adaptive Design Studio study on the Tarrytown waterfront, and bring your questions, concerns and ideas about how to address extreme weather events.