Caumsett Schedule: Easter Bunny, Music and Yoga

Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve has a very busy schedule of events for the rest of the year, from a visit with the Easter Bunny to a series of musical performances, yoga and more. Here’s the lineup.

Saturday, March 30 th 10-11:30am
Spring Celebration with Egg Hunt!
Bring your children to the Walled Garden to celebrate Spring! There will be plenty of activities
for your family to enjoy, including a petting zoo, arts and crafts, a meet and greet with Mr.
Bunny and a special concert with puppetry by Janice Buckner & The New Country Road Show.
The Egg Hunt is fun with thousands of eggs for the children to collect! For ages 1- 8.
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Monday, April 22, 10am, 11:30am; 1pm
Celebrate Earth Day at Caumsett with NYS DEC Ranger Ron
Come and learn about animals of all kinds and their environments. Bring your questions to ask
the ranger and then take a self-guided walk around the park to see if you can spot any wildlife.
3 sessions available 10am ages 5-10, 11:30 am ages 5-10 and 1 pm 11 and up.
45 minutes with some time for questions.
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Friday, April 26th, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Derek Adam
Derek Adam came on to the music scene with his own blend of guitar driven rock and country
music. His anthemic songs are full of hooks and heartfelt lyrics that tell the story of his journey.
Whether it's an autobiographical tale, guitar driven anthem, drinking song, or ballad, it's pure
Derek.
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Saturday, April 27 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Saturday, April 27 th, , 10am
Historic Dairy Tour of Caumsett
Come walk with author John Barone as he circles the Dairy Barn Complex as he talks about the
history of the site. Get a chance to go inside and look at the amazing hay barn, milking barn and
dry stock barn.
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Sunday, April 28 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Saturday, May 3 rd , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Friday, May 3rd, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Coleman Itzkoff
Hailed by Alex Ross in The New Yorker for his “flawless technique and keen musicality,” cellist
Coleman Itzkoff enjoys a diverse career as a soloist, chamber musician, and educator. Coleman
demonstrates command of a variety of musical styles, equally comfortable with Renaissance
and Baroque music played on period instruments as he is with evermore technically challenging
music of today.
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Saturday, May 4 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Sunday, May 5 th , 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Sunday, May 5 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Friday, May 10 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Friday, May 10th, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
The New Students
The New Students perform original songs in an eclectic blend of folk, roots, bluegrass and
Americana traditions. Tight three-part vocal harmonies, skilled acoustic instrumentation, and
thoughtful lyrics make up their signature sound that has been delighting East Coast audiences
for over a decade.  Together they have recorded three studio albums of original songs and one
“almost live” album recorded remotely while in quarantine in 2020. In coffee houses, concert
halls and Broadway stages, the members of The New Students have collaborated with the likes
of Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul and Mary), George Grove (The Kingston
Trio), and Elvis Costello. Combining poetry with conscience, humor with integrity, and—most of
all—classic with modern, The New Students evoke the pioneering spirit of the 1960s.  Truly,
they are new students of an old school.
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Saturday, May 11 th , 8:30am
“Run for Caumsett” 5K Run or Walk
The Caumsett Foundation & Proactive Physical Therapy present the 8th Annual 'Run for
Caumsett'. Proceeds will benefit The Caumsett Foundation and all their efforts to support &
enhance the Park. Water and snacks will be provided by the race sponsors and each runner will
receive a personalized bib & drawstring bag.
To register visit: https://events.elitefeats.com/24caumsett

Saturday, May 11 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Sunday, May 12th, 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Friday, May 17th, 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Friday, May, 17th, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Matt Hartke
Matt Hartke is an award-winning singer/songwriter located in New York City. You may have
heard his music as millions have, spinning on SiriusXM The Coffeehouse and stations around the
world! Known for his ability to "Wow" the audience,  with his dynamic range of voice and song
selections, Matt's pastoral live performances come across with a natural ease, creating the
perfect atmosphere for any special occasion.
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Saturday, May 18th, 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Sunday, May 19th, 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Sunday, May 19 th , 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Friday, May 24th, 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and hewanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual documentation of the Park’s history.

Friday, May 24th, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Nina Et cetera
The genesis of the band is to be found in the fact that Nina began studying guitar and singing at
the age of 7 with her current bass player Tim. That was, 21 years ago. Since then Nina has
studied at Berklee College of Music and has played in numerous bands. Although Tim is
primarily an autodidact he did study North Indian vocal music for a number of years in New
Delhi and managed a few semesters of music theory at Long Island University. In addition to
performing Nina and Tim also teach privately.
When they are not on the road they are writing and recording in a manner that combines the
best of old and new technologies. Nina Et cetera has been performing professionally for the
past 10 years in just about every imaginable venue across the Tri-State area; bars, restaurants,
libraries, street fairs, assisted livings, bandshells, busking, vineyards, etc.
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Saturday, May 25th, 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Sunday, May 26 th , 10am-5pm
Neil Scholl (1930-2023) Photography Exhibit
The 60 silver gelatin prints that will be on display will be co-curated by Caumsett foundation
President Janet Barone and local professor, author Dr. Susan Van Scoy. A digital co-exhibition of
Scholl’s work will be curated by artist and photographer David Almeida. Neil saw Caumsett as a
glimpse into the past. Once all of Long Island consisted of hundreds of acres of fields and he
wanted his photos to serve as a reminder of how Long Island looked before housing and
commercial developments. “Scholl spent over a decade photographing at Caumsett. In that
time, his work not only captured the Park’s abundant landscape in all its splendor, but also
served to document its changes over time – such pieces now serving as valuable visual
documentation of the Park’s history.

Sunday, May 26 th , 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Friday, May 31st, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
NY Star Harbor Band
"From the remnants of their local punk rock scene emerges this 5-piece band from Long Island,
NY Star Harbor. Drawing from their individually eclectic musical tastes, the members
of Star Harbor have fused elements of indie rock, folk, southern rock, and even the ethereal
elements of progressive rock to form a sound as familiar to the ear as it is curious in its
conception. " When the band’s 4 original members, Mike Mallamo, Thomas Comerford, Jason
Rind, and Kenny Grau first came together, they decided that all traditional rules for songwriting
were off the table as “fitting within any genre” was not going to be the focal point of the
group’s sound. Their goal was simply to write songs in a style all their own. Their 1st full length
eventually titled “The Sun, The Moon, & The Open Road” was released in February of 2020.
With the COVID lockdown thwarting the band’s efforts to play live in support of their
1st release, Star Harbor regrouped in 2022 and went back into VUDU STUDIOS to record their
follow-up record which was a 3-song E.P. titled, “Constellations”. This release saw the band’s
sound evolve yet again as they took more of a spacey, progressive approach to their
songwriting.  Star Harbor continues to play original shows as well as cover shows that
incorporate their own take on familiar 70's 80's and 90's hits we all love but may have
forgotten.
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Sunday, June 2 nd , 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Friday, June 7 th , 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Mustafa Alexander and Stephanie Bonk
Mustafa Alexander is one of the best Steel Drum performers in the Tri-State area, performing at
high profile events such as the Anderson Cooper Show. His father, who is from the Island of
Trinidad & Tabago where the Steel Drums was originated, got him into playing the Steel Drum
at an early age and fell in love with this tropical instrument. Alexander studied music at Five
Towns College and traveled the world playing the Steel Drum. Making a career playing the Steel
Drum is a dream come true for him.
Violinist Stephanie Bonk is currently a student in the DMA program at Stony Brook University.
She recently completed her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from the Eastman School of Music
in Rochester, NY, where she studied with Bin Huang and Renée Jolles. While at Eastman, served as the concertmistress of the Eastman Philharmonia numerous times under Neil Varon and
Leonard Slatkin, and she was also a teaching assistant to Renee Jolles.
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Sunday, June 9 th , 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Friday, June 14th, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Project 23.6° N
Project 23.6° N is a new chamber ensemble dedicated to highlighting the music of Taiwan from
past to present. The name “Project 23.6° N” actually has a twofold meaning: first, it correlates
to the geographical coordinates of Taiwan, but also roughly references the peak population in
the past. The group advocates for Taiwanese music from the past to present in the world of
classical music dominated by Western composers, aiming to promote the music of Taiwan on
an international scale.
Founded by three doctoral music students at SUNY Stony Brook, Pianist Calvin Hu has been
invited to perform alongside faculty from NYC’s top music schools, including Juilliard,
Manhattan School of Music, and Stony Brook through the Starry Nights concert and was the
recipient of the Ackerman Award for musical excellence in the graduating 2023 class. Pin-hui
Tsai, the cellist in the ensemble, has worked closely with the esteemed Emerson Quartet at the
String Quartet Institute in the Music Department, and a fellowship recipient at the Round Top
Orchestra Institute, undergoing intensive orchestral training. An American Prize finalist in flute,
Kaichen Cheng, has been an Outreach Program Artist in the Department of Music and actively
engages in education and programs in the local community.
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Wednesday, June 19, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Saturday, June 15th, 10am
Wildlife Center of Long Island
Learn about the different classes of animals and their characteristics. Meet our cold-blooded
reptiles, our furry mammals, and our feathered birds. Come and meet some local animal
rescues and learn all about them from what they eat to how they play. Say hello to the people
who rescue and care for these wonderful animals and find out ways to help the wild life in our
area. Ages 5 and up.
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Sunday, June 16th, 10am
Historic Tour of Power House
Take a rare look inside Marshall Field’s Power House and learn about its history. This tour led by
author John Barone is not usually open to the public and attendance will be limited.
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Friday, June 21st, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Special Guests from The Jazz Loft
A selection of talented musicians will perform from “The Jazz Loft”, a not-for profit museum
and music venue located in the laid-back village of Stoney Brook where jazzophiles are treated
to everything from museum quality memorabilia to pulse-pounding performances.
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Sunday, June 23, 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Wednesday, June 26, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Friday, June 28th, 6:30pm
Caumsett Foundation Sunset Music Series Presents
Risa Finkel
In her long and illustrious career, Risa Finkel has appeared on stages and in concert venues on
Long Island, in New York City and around the country as an actress and as a singer of music
ranging from The American Popular songbook, to Broadway and opera. In addition to her love
of performing and singing, Risa has always had a great interest in story-telling. Over the years,
Risa has found that the best way to combine all of these talents and interests is in the art form
of cabaret. On this night, as we approach the Fourth of July, Risa offers an eclectic program of
songs, both familiar and new, combined with stories and humor, that celebrate the values that
we, as Americans, cherish the most….freedom, family, love, opportunity and community. And
what better place to celebrate than the majestic former Marshall Field estate, now our
treasured Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve.
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June 30 th , 10:30am
Me & You with Keri Wirth
Come sing and Dance with the founder of Me & You Music Keri Wirth, a local singer and song
writer. Come sing and giggle the morning away. Perfect for babies through age 4.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Tuesday, July 2nd, 12pm
Let’s Talk About Butterflies and Native Host Plants
How to bring Butterflies and Moths to your garden, their life cycle and an overview of native
host plants. Kimberly Simmen the Director of Sustainable Horticulture from Rewild Long Island
will give a 45-minute presentation on butterflies and moths and the native host plants that will
bring them to your garden. A great presentation to come to with friends who love to garden.
Ages 10 and up.
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Wednesday, July 3rd, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Wednesday, July 10th, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Saturday, July 13th, 3pm
Tails and Tales Presented by CEED
Did you know that Native Americans once lived on the Caumsett grounds? Dive into Native
American lore and legend about our animal friends that have tails… told by a Native American
Storyteller! Each program starts with a Native American guest speaker and continues with a
traditional song and drumming performance, engaging stories about animals, and will have a
LIVE Animal Ambassador join the Storytelling.
Ages 5 and up
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Wednesday, June 17th, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Wednesday, July 24th, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Wednesday, July31st, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.
SIGN UP: https://www.caumsettfoundation.org/programs

Wednesday, August 7th, 6pm
Yoga in the Walled Garden
Please join us for one hour of yoga and meditation lead by Lisa Kasper you will be able to relax
and enjoy the tranqil Walled Garden. Please bring your own yoga mat, water and wear
comfortable clothing. This program is appropriate for all levels, including beginners.

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