Upcoming Events Calendar

Feb
9
Thu
Egger’s Land of Love
Feb 9 @ 11:30 AM – Feb 19 @ 8:45 PM

Egger’s Ice Cream Parlor welcomes everyone back for their “Land of Love” experience located in scenic Snug Harbor. Reserve a festive heated igloo on Cottage Row for one hour for the dining experience and an optional 30 minutes inside the cottage where there is an opportunity to make a Valentine’s Day craft, Valentine’s Day card, and take a group photo with a festive backdrop.

WHEN: February 9 – 19, 22 – 25 | Reservation times vary and range from 11:30 AM – 8:45 PM
WHERE: Cottage C on Cottage Row at Snug Harbor
ADMISSION: General admission: $19.99 for adults, $24.99 for kids, with a $35 reservation fee

Learn more | BUY TICKETS HERE

If you are celebrating a special occasion, please let the Egger’s team know and we would be happy to do all we can to make your visit more special. All upgrades should be ordered in advance so that we may provide the best experience the day of your visit.

Feb
18
Sat
Compost Volunteer Day at the Heritage Farm
Feb 18 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Get down and dirty! Join the NYC Compost Project Hosted by Snug Harbor for a day of service at the Heritage Farm, where you’ll get hands-on experience at one of NYC’s only mid-scale composting sites. Volunteers will assist with compost sifting, compost spreading, weeding, and more!

WHEN: January 7, February 4, 18, March 4, 18, April 1, 15, May 6, 20, June 17 | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
WHERE: Compost Demo Site at Snug Harbor
ADMISSION: Free | Registration requested here

Learn about soil health, urban farming, and waste diversion in the big city. We will be outside getting dirty and doing physical work. Wear clothes you do not mind getting dirty and bring a water bottle. This event will happen rain or shine.

The NYC Compost Project, created by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) in 1993, works to reduce waste in NYC and rebuild NYC’s soil by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities they need to produce and use compost locally. NYC Compost Project programs and staff are funded and managed through the DSNY Bureau of Recycling and Sustainability (BRS) in partnership with host institutions.

Black History Month: Painting with Soul
Feb 18 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Celebrate Black History Month through the timeless convocation of a historical Libation Ceremony to acknowledge our ancestors, as well as a drum circle by Greg Taylor.  Then we’ll begin painting with soul, a self-guided paint project with Universal Temple of the Arts.  Please feel free to bring your own drum or percussion instrument to join the community and experience the blessing of the African diaspora.  Light refreshments will be served.

WHEN: February 18 | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
WHERE: Building P at Snug Harbor
ADMISSION: Free | Registration requested

This free family-friendly Black History Month event is in partnership with the Staten Island Community Alliance, Universal Temple of the Arts, the Staten Island Afro American Historical & Genealogical Society, and Snug Harbor.

Hybrid Reading Series Presents: Younger by Kevin Marcus-Hollenbeck
Feb 18 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Set on a woolly mammoth dig-site in the heart of Texas at magic hour, a young family excavates their sordid history in the pursuit of a new future. Once a mysterious visitor arrives, the family is forced to acknowledge the truths of who they’ve become while mourning the loss of who they were.

WHEN: February 18, 19 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
WHERE: Carpenter’s Shop at Snug Harbor on Chapel Road | See site map for details
ADMISSION: Pay what you wish | Reservations requested here| Some seating will be available for walk-ins.

Younger is a full-length play that will be explored through a hybrid staged reading, the style of which rests between a staged reading and a full production, an extremely important aspect of the playwriting process where the writer will experience the play for the first time with an audience.

Feb
19
Sun
Hybrid Reading Series Presents: Younger by Kevin Marcus-Hollenbeck
Feb 19 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Set on a woolly mammoth dig-site in the heart of Texas at magic hour, a young family excavates their sordid history in the pursuit of a new future. Once a mysterious visitor arrives, the family is forced to acknowledge the truths of who they’ve become while mourning the loss of who they were.

WHEN: February 18, 19 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
WHERE: Carpenter’s Shop at Snug Harbor on Chapel Road | See site map for details
ADMISSION: Pay what you wish | Reservations requested here| Some seating will be available for walk-ins.

Younger is a full-length play that will be explored through a hybrid staged reading, the style of which rests between a staged reading and a full production, an extremely important aspect of the playwriting process where the writer will experience the play for the first time with an audience.

Feb
20
Mon
Winter Break at Snug Harbor
Feb 20 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Make art, read, explore: Bring your kids to Snug Harbor for winter break! Snug Harbor’s youth programs offer a hands-on experience learning about the natural world and all the unique spaces on campus. This 5-day program is for children aged 7-11.

WHEN: February 20-24, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WHERE: Drop off and pick up at red barn by Compost Demo Site and Heritage Farm on the southeast side of campus. Directions at https://snug-harbor.org/visit/directions/

ADMISSION:
General admission: $400
Snug Harbor Member: $350

REGISTER HERE

Kids can experience:
– Meditation in the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden
– Planting seeds for the Heritage Farm
– Exploring the woodlands and Sensory Garden

This winter, a special focus will be on New York City’s fresh water supply. Where does our water come from? We will get to know our state-mapped wetlands, learn who lives there, and how we can care for them.

This will be a small cohort, so we can be sure every child will have plenty of COVID-safe space. All guidelines regarding COVID safety will be followed by all participants.

Feb
21
Tue
Winter Break at Snug Harbor
Feb 21 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Make art, read, explore: Bring your kids to Snug Harbor for winter break! Snug Harbor’s youth programs offer a hands-on experience learning about the natural world and all the unique spaces on campus. This 5-day program is for children aged 7-11.

WHEN: February 20-24, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WHERE: Drop off and pick up at red barn by Compost Demo Site and Heritage Farm on the southeast side of campus. Directions at https://snug-harbor.org/visit/directions/

ADMISSION:
General admission: $400
Snug Harbor Member: $350

REGISTER HERE

Kids can experience:
– Meditation in the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden
– Planting seeds for the Heritage Farm
– Exploring the woodlands and Sensory Garden

This winter, a special focus will be on New York City’s fresh water supply. Where does our water come from? We will get to know our state-mapped wetlands, learn who lives there, and how we can care for them.

This will be a small cohort, so we can be sure every child will have plenty of COVID-safe space. All guidelines regarding COVID safety will be followed by all participants.

Feb
22
Wed
Winter Break at Snug Harbor
Feb 22 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Make art, read, explore: Bring your kids to Snug Harbor for winter break! Snug Harbor’s youth programs offer a hands-on experience learning about the natural world and all the unique spaces on campus. This 5-day program is for children aged 7-11.

WHEN: February 20-24, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WHERE: Drop off and pick up at red barn by Compost Demo Site and Heritage Farm on the southeast side of campus. Directions at https://snug-harbor.org/visit/directions/

ADMISSION:
General admission: $400
Snug Harbor Member: $350

REGISTER HERE

Kids can experience:
– Meditation in the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden
– Planting seeds for the Heritage Farm
– Exploring the woodlands and Sensory Garden

This winter, a special focus will be on New York City’s fresh water supply. Where does our water come from? We will get to know our state-mapped wetlands, learn who lives there, and how we can care for them.

This will be a small cohort, so we can be sure every child will have plenty of COVID-safe space. All guidelines regarding COVID safety will be followed by all participants.

Feb
23
Thu
Winter Break at Snug Harbor
Feb 23 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Make art, read, explore: Bring your kids to Snug Harbor for winter break! Snug Harbor’s youth programs offer a hands-on experience learning about the natural world and all the unique spaces on campus. This 5-day program is for children aged 7-11.

WHEN: February 20-24, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WHERE: Drop off and pick up at red barn by Compost Demo Site and Heritage Farm on the southeast side of campus. Directions at https://snug-harbor.org/visit/directions/

ADMISSION:
General admission: $400
Snug Harbor Member: $350

REGISTER HERE

Kids can experience:
– Meditation in the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden
– Planting seeds for the Heritage Farm
– Exploring the woodlands and Sensory Garden

This winter, a special focus will be on New York City’s fresh water supply. Where does our water come from? We will get to know our state-mapped wetlands, learn who lives there, and how we can care for them.

This will be a small cohort, so we can be sure every child will have plenty of COVID-safe space. All guidelines regarding COVID safety will be followed by all participants.

Feb
24
Fri
Winter Break at Snug Harbor
Feb 24 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Make art, read, explore: Bring your kids to Snug Harbor for winter break! Snug Harbor’s youth programs offer a hands-on experience learning about the natural world and all the unique spaces on campus. This 5-day program is for children aged 7-11.

WHEN: February 20-24, 2023 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WHERE: Drop off and pick up at red barn by Compost Demo Site and Heritage Farm on the southeast side of campus. Directions at https://snug-harbor.org/visit/directions/

ADMISSION:
General admission: $400
Snug Harbor Member: $350

REGISTER HERE

Kids can experience:
– Meditation in the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden
– Planting seeds for the Heritage Farm
– Exploring the woodlands and Sensory Garden

This winter, a special focus will be on New York City’s fresh water supply. Where does our water come from? We will get to know our state-mapped wetlands, learn who lives there, and how we can care for them.

This will be a small cohort, so we can be sure every child will have plenty of COVID-safe space. All guidelines regarding COVID safety will be followed by all participants.