Traditionally, most sand mandalas are deconstructed shortly after their completion as a metaphor of the impermanence of life. The sands are swept and placed in an urn-to fulfill the function of healing, half is distributed to the audience at the closing ceremony, while the remainder is carried to a nearby body of water, where it i deposited. Participants may join the monks as they hike to...

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You and your child can join RAPUNZEL for an afternoon of pure magic at Rhino Comedy in Suffern, NY! On Saturday, November 17 at 2pm, each child will have a one-on-one meet and greet with the princess including photos and autographs, followed by a very exciting singalong performance and Interactive Storytime. Guests will be provided with ribbons so they can all dance, sing, and twirl with...

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JOSÉ LUIS DOMÍNGUEZ conductor SAMANTHA FERRARA narrator and host NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA We all love Ludwig! Enjoy a full concert of Beethoven’s most wonderful pieces, including excerpts from the Fifth and Seventh symphonies and some of his most exciting overtures. But even though you think you know Beethoven—surprise! What unexpected discoveries await at this boisterous, beautiful...

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HOT APPLE CIDER ATERNOON HIKE Saturday, November 17th (National Take a Hike Day) 2:30pm - 3:30pm It’s National Take a Hike day! Join a Cora Hartshorn Arboretum Naturalist for a guided hike through our woodlands and discover how the forest prepares for winter. After the hike join us in the historic Stone House for a cup of mulled “Jersey Fresh” apple cider and a Q&A about the animals of...

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Jersey City Craft Beer Fest rounds out Harborside’s fall programming roster in true Oktoberfest spirit. Join more than 50 craft brewers and many local breweries such as Departed Soles, Hoboken Brewing, 902 Brewing, NJ Beer Co, Wet-Ticket, Lone Eagle, Fort Non-Sense as they showcase 150 styles of craft beer available in the region as well as additional cult favorites. Pizza Vita will offer...

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Come learn how the Lenape people used the natural world around them. The ancestral Lenape who once lived in New Jersey made the most of the native plants around them for food, shelter, and medicine. They used trees for transportation, plants to add color to their clothing, and reptiles to create musical instruments. During this program we will get to explore these natural tools and some Lenape...

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JOSÉ LUIS DOMÍNGUEZ conductor SAMANTHA FERRARA narrator and host NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA We all love Ludwig! Enjoy a full concert of Beethoven’s most wonderful pieces, including excerpts from the Fifth and Seventh symphonies and some of his most exciting overtures. But even though you think you know Beethoven—surprise! What unexpected discoveries await at this boisterous, beautiful...

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