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Virtual Summer Solstice

Saturday, June 20th

While we can’t gather in person for the Center for Environmental Education & Discovery’s Annual Summer Solstice Festival, the tradition of celebrating the arrival of our beloved summer goes on! This time, in the comfort of your own home! Please join us online Saturday, June 20th from 4-6pm for a free, family-friendly virtual event: Celebrating Summer Solstice the Native Way!

Join us for nearly 2-hours of meet & greets, nature tours, LIVE animals and virtual performances as we celebrate the arrival of summer and explore our Long Island native animals, plants and Indigenous Peoples interspersed with family-friendly music and entertaining commentary. Featuring:

Shinnecock Cultural Performers

Storytelling by Uaian of the Arawak Taino People

Meet & Greet LIVE Animals Native to Long Island

Birds of Prey with Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Return of the River Otter with Kevin Walsh

Rain Gardens with Long Island Explorium

Native Gardening with Anthony Marinello

Native Blessing by Chief Harry Wallace of the Unkechaug Nation

Brooklyn/LI Based Band, “The New Students”



Pre-Register Today!

Pre-Registration is required to attend this FREE virtual event via Zoom.



Keep in Touch for Future Virtual Events!

Stay tuned to CEED’s website or Facebook page for information about more free virtual nature events throughout the summer.



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