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Exploring Nature Journaling!

June 21, 3 pm.

This program will be in person at Riverdale Library.

We will examine and discuss dinosaurs, taking note of their distinguishing characteristics and use this knowledge to create our own dinosaurs using paper, tape, plaster wrap, paint and other extra-special materials. When you’ve completed your dinosaur, you can use it when you play with your friends!

Presented by Wave Hill


Summer at the Library 2023

Get creative and express yourself all summer long at The New York Public Library with free events for all ages, programs for kids and teens, reading recommendations, exhibitions, and much more! Learn more.

Thank You!

Major support provided by the New York Life Foundation, the 2023 city-wide sponsor for the Summer Reading and Learning Programs.

Additional support is provided by The Rona Jaffe Foundation; New York Yankees Foundation; anonymous donors; and the continuing major support of the Andreas C. Dracopoulos Family Endowment for Young Audiences.

These programs and initiatives are part of the Library’s overall commitment to our branch patrons and education programs, led by the Merryl and James Tisch Director of Branch Libraries and Education. Major support for educational programming is provided by Merryl H. and James S. Tisch