Staten Island Museum
LATEST NEWS
Teen Enviro Club
Nature Walk
Bird Walk
Lunch & Learn
Teen Enviro Club
Jr. Science Club
Art Talk
Beauty Rediscovered
INFORMATION
Sun-Fri
12pm - 5pm
Sat
10am - 5pm

Admission
$3 adult
$2 senior/student
Under 12 free

Lunchtime Break
Free Tuesdays
12pm - 2pm

ARE YOU A MEMBER?
Museum Bldg
Click Below to
Join the Staten Island Museum Today!
FOLLOW THE MUSEUM
Don't forget to become our fan on facebook,

Find us on Facebook

and follow us on twitter

Follow us on Twitter

YouTube
Check our our latest Museum videos on
YouTube

129th ANNIVERSARY
anniv party
Click here to see pictures from our 129th Anniversary Celebration!
SUPPORT CULTURE
aaa
Support culture in NYC. Please, take a moment to sign this petition.
WE'RE ON TV!
nyctv
The Staten Island Museum and Curator of History, Patricia Salmon are featured on $9.99 - St. George!
Click here to view.

Teen Beach Clean- Upbeach

FortWadsworth Beach

Saturday, November 13

10:00am-1:00pm


Lend a hand keeping the beaches of this historic location free of trash that flows down the Hudson River. Meet at Picnic Area on Range Rd within park boundaries.


Join the Teen Environmental Club, membership is open to all Staten Island Teens, ages 13-18. Visit the Club website, http://sim-teenenvironmentalclub.ning.com/ or call Seth Wollney at (718) 483-7105 for more information.

Supported by The NYC Environmental Fund administered by the Hudson River Foundation and by VERIZON.

____________________________________________________________
Nature Walk - FREE
Sunday, November 14
9:00am - 11:00am
Great Kills Park


Observe the changes at Great Kills Park as fall heads towards winter. Meet at the parking area for the blue-dot trail at the corner of Hylan Blvd and Buffalo St. Enjoy the beauty & ecology of Staten Island. Wear comfortable shoes, and bring binoculars if possible.

To register and confirm meeting places call Seth Wollney at

(718) 483-7105.

Supported by HSBC USA, N.A.

________________________________________________________________

Mid-Week Bird Walks - FREEBird2

Wednesday, November 17

10:00am-12:00pm

Silver Lake Park

Migrant/wintering waterfowl on the reservoir will be the main attraction of this walk.

Meet on Victory Boulevard, near the Parks Dept. greenhouse. Director of Science, Ed Johnson, will lead intrepid walks rain or shine. Dress for the weather, wear rugged shoes, and pack your binoculars. While these are not hiking trips, be prepared to walk 1-2 miles on dirt trails over sometimes uneven or wet terrain.

For more information and to register call Ed Johnson at (718) 483-7110.

_______________________________________________________________

Lunch & Learn

Wednesday, November 17, 12:00pm

The Lake Club, Continental Cuisine

1150 Clove Road

$32.00/$29.00 members


Staten Island Museum Curator of History, Patricia Salmon, will tell us about the Staten Island Museum and its relationship with the parks in our borough. A movable feast with fascinating presentations.

For more information and to register call Maureen LaCapria at

(718) 483-7104

_______________________________________________________________
water fowl

TEEN TRIPS! Winter Waterfowl at Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge - FREE

Saturday, November 20

8:30am - 5:30pm

Southern New Jersey


An all-day adventure to the Brigantine Section of New Jersey. This area is famous for the thousands of waterfowl, 20+ species, that use the area as winter refuge including Snow Geese and Northern Pintail.


This is a FREE trip! Bus will leave Museum building at 8:30am and return at 5:30pm. Teens will have to bring or buy lunch and dress for the weather. Join the Teen Environmental Club, membership is open to all Staten Island Teens, ages 13-18.


Visit the Club website, http://sim-teenenvironmentalclub.ning.com/ or call Seth Wollney at (718) 483-7105 for more information.


Supported by The NYC Environmental Fund administered by the Hudson River Foundation and by VERIZON.

________________________________________________________________

Junior Science Club: Who Done It?who done it

The Science of Forensics

Saturday, November 20

10:00am-12:00pm
Staten Island Museum, 75 Stuyvesant Pl.

$8./$5. members, for children ages 8-13, parents may observe.

Use chromatography and other procedures to track down the culprit in a crime-scene game.
Call (718) 483-7105 for more information.


Supported by Time Warner Cable.

_______________________________________________________________
art talk

Art Talk: Painting Portraits - FREE

Saturday, November 20

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Staten Island Museum

75 Stuyvesant Pl.


Invited artists discuss the process & challenges of portrait painting today, using Adeline Albright Wigand's work as an historical point of reference.


William Taylor-Suderman will moderate a panel of artists including Robert Bunkin, Dan Thompson, Bill Murphy, Patrizia Vignola and Sarah Yuster.

Pictured Above:

John Foxell, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 48in x 48in

by Robert Bunkin


________________________________________________________________

On view at the Staten Island Museum
through January 18, 2011