Wellness Wednesdays: August 5

Invigorate and restore your mind, body, and spirit this summer at Snug Harbor!  Wellness Wednesdays connect you to healthy, delicious produce sold fresh off the Heritage Farm, free drop-in movement and healing workshops courtesy of the Staten Island Coalition for Movement and Mindfulness, and free music and performances from local artists—all on Wednesday afternoons in the summer on South Meadow.  Each week holds a new experience for you and your family to enjoy community, connection, and conversation at Snug Harbor.

Wellness Wednesdays take place on the South Meadow at Snug Harbor from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM. 

In the event of rain or inclement weather, the Heritage Farm Stand will still operate, but movement activities will be cancelled.

WED, AUGUST 5:

FOOD

Heritage Farm Stand Sales
4:30 PM – 7:00 PM, South Meadow Stage

Learn what’s on sale each week at the Heritage Farm Stand here.  Supplies are limited—support your local farmers and tell your friends!

Burrito Bar
Free Margarita tasting (Choice of Lime or Mango Margaritas)
For Sale:

  • Margarita to go (32oz bottle, take home and chill, serves 4-5) – $25
  • Individual Margarita to go (16oz, pre-chilled) – $10
  • Homemade chips with salsa & guacamole – $6
  • Individual Margarita & Chips Combo – $15

MUSIC

MakerPark Radio DJ Carol Griffin – Gospel, Soul, Jazz & Blues

MOVEMENT

Gentle Yoga with Meditation: Enjoy a Gentle Flow grounded in mindfulness practice to become aware and present as we move and breathe together. Once we complete our flow we will sit for a meditation grounded in presence.

A long time educator and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Deborah Hernandez’s roots are as a textile designer specializing in rugs and carpets. Although a long time yogi, Deborah found BE Yoga & Dance and elevated her practice while managing grief in 2016. She then fulfilled a long time goal and completed the 200 hour RYT training at BE Yoga & Dance, SI NY in 2017.  Along with yoga Deborah is a Star II Maddog certified spin instructor, since 1997.  She also serves on the Board of Directors at the Alice Austen House.