• Explore the Habitats of Sound View Dunes Park

    Explore the Habitats of Sound View Dunes Park Saturday, May 13, 2023, 9:00 am Sound View Dunes Park, Southold LED BY JOHN TURNER Explore Sound View Dunes Park’s 57 acres of beach, dune, wetland and forest habitats with one of Long Island’s most loved and respected naturalists. The focus will be on birds during their spring migration. Registration ONLINE REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 1ST FOR THIS EVENT. THIS EVENT IS FREE, BUT ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE SO PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR UPDATES. Prior to the Walk, we will email you to confirm your attendance and provide you with more detailed information. Please remember, if you cannot attend a program you have registered for, please contact us so we may contact those on the waiting list. Questions? Contact Jane Jackson at 516-922-1028 or jjackson@northshorelandalliance.org


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  • The Way of Tea – A Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony!

    The Way of Tea – A Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony Saturday, June 3, 2023 at 3:30 pm John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden 3 Dogwood Lane, Locust Valley Led by Omotesenke Domonkai, Eastern Region, USA The Japanese tea ceremony is an important part of Japanese culture.  It revolves around the appreciation of matcha (green powered tea) and is a way to experience hospitality.  If you’re curious about this formal and beautiful ceremony, join Keiko Kitazawa, Secretary General of the Eastern Region for today’s tea ceremony demonstration. Omotesenke is one of the schools of the Japanese tea ceremony. It has a 450-year history and 60,000 members in Japan and the Eastern Region here was founded in 2010 in New York. Free for Humes Japanese Stroll Garden Members. Space is limited to 25 persons. Parking is limited. Events are subject to change so please check our website for updates. Registration is Required! Online registration for this event will begin April 1st. For more information about this event or programs at the Stroll Garden, contact Jane Jackson at 516-922-1028 or jjackson@northshorelandalliance.org. Become a Friend of the John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden The Land Alliance relies on the generous support of our community to do our work. Your contribution will help expand educational programming at the Garden, maintain the property and ensure it’s available for the community for years to come. Join our Friends Group!


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  • Bamboo flute, Shakuhachi

    Enjoy the Sounds of the Shakuhachi – A Traditional Japanese Bamboo Flute

    Enjoy the Sounds of the Shakuhachi - A Traditional Japanese Bamboo Flute Saturday, October 14, 2023, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden Led by teacher and player, Daniel Nyohaku Soergel The Japanese bamboo flute known as the Shakuhachi has captivated the minds and hearts of listeners for centuries.  Visit the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden and experience the calming and soothing sounds of the Shakuhachi played by Daniel Nyohaku Soergel. For more information about this event or programs at the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden, contact Jane Jackson at 516-922-1028 or jjackson@northshorelandalliance.org. Become a Friend of the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden North Shore Land Alliance relies on the generous support of our community to do our work. Your contribution will help expand educational programming at the Garden, maintain the property and ensure it's available for the community to enjoy for years to come. Please consider joining our "Friends of the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden" to help us do more at the Garden. Join our Friends Group


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  • The Way of Tea – A Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony!

    The Way of Tea - A Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony Saturday, October 7, 2023 at 5:00 pm John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden 3 Dogwood Lane, Locust Valley Led by Omotesenke Domonkai, Eastern Region, USA The Japanese tea ceremony is an important part of Japanese culture.  It revolves around the appreciation of matcha (green powered tea) and is a way to experience hospitality.  If you’re curious about this formal and beautiful ceremony, join Keiko Kitazawa, Secretary General of the Eastern Region for today’s tea ceremony demonstration. Omotesenke is one of the schools of the Japanese tea ceremony. It has a 450-year history and 60,000 members in Japan and the Eastern Region here was founded in 2010 in New York. Free for Humes Japanese Stroll Garden Members. Space is limited to 25 persons. Parking is limited. Events are subject to change so please check our website for updates. Registration is Required! Online registration for this event will begin on August 1st. For more information about this event or programs at the Stroll Garden, contact Jane Jackson at 516-922-1028 or jjackson@northshorelandalliance.org. Become a Friend of the John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden The Land Alliance relies on the generous support of our community to do our work. Your contribution will help expand educational programming at the Garden, maintain the property and ensure it's available for the community for years to come. Join our Friends Group!


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  • Carnivorous Plants Identification Walk at Quogue Wildlife Refuge

    2023 Walks in the Woods & Other Cool Things To Do Outside Carnivorous Plant Identification Walk at Quogue Wildlife Refuge Saturday, July 15, 2023, 10:00 am Quogue Wildlife Refuge, Quogue Led by Matt Kaelin Quogue Wildlife Refuge is home to all three types of carnivorous plants found on Long Island. Matt will introduce us to these and other curious species with a presentation on carnivorous plants and their habitats and a tour of the bog at the Refuge. Registration Sign up online starting May 1st for this event. This event is free, but advanced registration is required!  Prior to the Walk, we will email you to confirm your attendance and provide you with more detailed information. Please remember, if you cannot attend a program you have registered for, please contact us so we may contact those on the waiting list. Events are subject to change so please check our website for updates. Questions? Contact Jane Jackson at 516-922-1028 or jjackson@northshorelandalliance.org.


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