A morning of free fun for all ages at the Hoboken Cove in Maxwell Place Park
11th Street & Sinatra Drive North, Hoboken
FBW and Resilience Adventures invite you to come on down to the Hoboken Cove, where we’ll be exploring the biodiversity of the Hudson River – and all the fun found on Hoboken’s public waterfront – with free hands-on activities that will last all morning.
9 AM to noon: Environmental Science & Art for All Ages
“Biodiversity: Who lives in the Hudson?” Put on some hip waders and investigate what we find with catch and release nets
“How clean is the Hudson?” Discover how scientists monitor water quality and how plastics end up in our Hudson River estuary.
Oyster habitats with the NY/NJ Bay-keeper: learn about the filtering power of the mighty oyster!
Help us draw an awesome mural! Join local artists Ann Marshall and Marni Fylling as we illustrate wildlife found in the water and on the waterfront.
9 AM Tree Meditation with FBW Board Member Janine Berger
9:15Tour Hoboken’s Central Waterfront with FBW Executive Director Ron Hine