If you have some time between now and September 2nd go and see the show at the Rockefeller State Preserve it’s worth the visit.
Alive-in New York: A Growing Invasion
Rockefeller State Park Preserve Sunday, July 22, 2007 – Sunday, September 02, 2007 Region: Taconic Phone: (914) 631-1470
This exhibit addresses the issue of invasive species and the threats they pose. Illustrations of invasive weeds and, where possible, native alternatives will be displayed side by side. The exhibit is targeted to the particular concerns of the Preserve.
• Located in Westchester County on County Route 117 in Tarrytown.
• Taconic Parkway north: Exit County Route 117 Pleasantville. At end of ramp, turn left. Proceed through 3 lights. Preserve entrance will be on the left.
• Taconic Parkway south: Exit NYS Route 100/Route 133 – Millwood/Mt. Kisco west. Turn left at end of ramp/traffic light onto NYS Route 100. Proceed south until NYS Route 100 joins with NYS Route 9A. Follow signs to merge onto NYS Route 9A south. Once on Route NYS 9A south, take 2nd exit – County Route 117/Pleasantville/N. Tarrytown. This is a left side exit. At end of exit ramp, turn right onto County Route 117 west. Preserve entrance is approximately 2 miles on the left.
• NYS Route 9: Proceed to County Route 117 east. Preserve entrance is one mile east on County Route 117 on the right side.
• Please note that separate trailer parking for equestrian use of Preserve is available.
• Public Transportation: Metro-North: Train to Tarrytown Station. Taxi service is available from the station to the Preserve.