Inwood Hill Park
Historic New York: Native Americans
Saturday, April 15, 2017
11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
The Lenape Indians lived in Inwood Hill for thousands of years. Come learn how native tribes used the local waterways, native plants, and wildlife to survive. Rangers will point out many of those vital plants and animals still found in parks today. Learn how the Lenape legacy lives on today through their words and artifacts still being discovered.
Registration is required. To register, please visit nyc.gov/parks/rangers/register. Registration opens on April 5.
Directions to Inwood Hill Park
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Inwood Hill Nature Center
Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, this facility is closed until further notice.
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