Detailed Event Schedule & Info
All day: Visit Marty's Mercantile pop-up cafe for locally sourced iced coffee, tea and treats
11:oo AM - World of Animals Show (birds of prey & reptiles!) by Robinson's Wildlife Lectures
12:00 PM - Birding Walk with Staff from NYSDEC's I Bird NY Program
1:30 PM - Performance of City That Drinks the Mountain Sky, Part II by Arm of the Sea Theater
Bird Activity Station - I Bird NY
Fly Fishing Demos with Mark Loete, Catskill Mountain Angler
Catskills Fun with Jenna Slade from Macaroni Kid
Local Farm Food Tastings (all day, with featured guests Nicci Cagan from Chefs' Consortium from 10am-1pm and Tree Juice Maple Syrup from 12-3pm)
All about bees with Chris Layman from Fox Farm Apiary
Make-your-own binoculars & other nature crafts with Catskill Center staff
Animal Tracking 101 (learn to identify tracks and make your own!)
Community Art Installation with artist Susan Togut
Nature activities with Mine Kill State Park staff
Fossil Identification Activities and photo ops from the 1930s Selfies Exhibit - Time and the Valleys Museum
Health & Wellness info, children's activity books and giveaways from the Ulster County Department of Health & Mental Health
Info table and herbal sachet giveaway from the Relatives as Parents Program (RAPP)
Local history displays and children's activity books from the Ulster County Clerk's Office
Plus chalk & bubble fun, stroller-friendly nature trails, exhibits, gift shop and 62 beautiful acres to run & play!
All are welcome. Pay what you wish, donations gratefully accepted to support the programs and operation of the Catskill Interpretive Center.
Schedule subject to change. For more information, please email email@example.com or call 845-688-3369.
Visitor Info: The Catskill Interpretive Center is conveniently located on Route 28 in Mount Tremper. Strollers are welcome on the grounds and loop/creek trails and inside the buildings. Public restrooms with changing tables are available inside the visitors center. Cell service is limited but wifi is available in the visitors center. Drinks & snacks are available for sale, and visitors may also bring their own. Dogs are welcome on the trails and grounds (on leash), but only service dogs are allowed inside the buildings.