Located in the center of Roger Morris Park, Morris-Jumel Mansion is part of the Heritage Rose District of NYC and surrounded by local community gardens. Join us to celebrate National Rose Month as we engage in a floral-themed conversation with Rosarian and master gardener Stephen Scanniello and photographer Anna Angelidakis, author of Rooted in the Hood: An Intimate Portrait of NYC’s Community Gardens.
Join the Mansion’s Executive Director, Shiloh Holley, and Design Historian Erin Eisenbarth as they discuss the home that Eliza Jumel made at the Mansion from 1810 – 1865. They will focus on select pieces from the museum’s collection which have recently been conserved as a part of the museum’s five-phase reinterpretation plan.
This month, join us outside in the Park as we learn about different types of houses made by animals and people. We’ll begin with a fun bilingual story time of Castles, Caves, and Honeycombs by Linda Ashman (in English & Spanish) followed by creating birdhouses for our feathered friends!
Safety Requirements: This socially-distanced workshop will be held outside of Morris-Jumel Mansion on the bluestone patio for one hour. Masks must be worn by all participants, and adult participants must complete a health screening questionnaire for their pods.
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The annual Jane’s Walk festival is a volunteer-led celebration of urban life, inspired by Jane Jacobs, and it has always been a time for people to come together and share their love for New York City.
Due to COVID-19, Jane’s Walk NYC has been reimagined to provide new ways to explore, share stories about the city, and connect with your fellow New Yorkers. From self-guided strolls to zoom talks to social media activations, there’s something for everyone to enjoy across the five boroughs. Jane’s Walks are free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required for live virtual activities. Although guided, in-person group walks must remain suspended this year due to COVID-19, we urge everyone taking a self-guided stroll to follow the latest safety protocols from federal, state, and local authorities.
This year, Morris-Jumel Mansion is excited to present two self-guided walking tours which will be available for download beginning on May 3rd for the festival.
Saturday, February 13, 2:00-4:00 PM
Morris Jumel Mansion
65 Jumel Terrace
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