Croton Arboretum Event - October 15, 2011
Village of Croton-on-Hudson E-Notice


Native American crafts expert Barry Keegan has built an authentic wigwam in the Arboretum and will use it—along with his replicas of bows, arrows, axes, buckskin, fire-making tools and pottery—to recreate the daily life of the Leni Lenape people, who lived in the Croton area at the time of Henry Hudson’s voyage.

This free family event will take place on Saturday, October 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Due to limited parking, visitors must park on Fox Road and take a shuttlebus into the Arboretum. The wigwam is located a short walk from the drop-off point.

For directions, visit www.crotonarboretum.org.

Sponsored by the Croton Arboretum & Carrie E. Tompkins P.T.A.