All programs: $4 for Seatuck or SPLIA members / $8 non-members
Please contact Seatuck for more information and to register: (631) 581-6908 or

NOTE: Please pre-register for all programs at least one day before to be sure the program is not full or cancelled.

Flowers and Seeds of Summer
Saturday September 9; 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sherwood Jayne Farm, East Setauket
Why are flowers so special? We’ll take a close-up look at some and find out why they
are designed the way they are and how they form seeds. We’ll have some fun with
flowers and take a walk to find and identify some favorites.

SPLIA 28th Annual Apple Fest
Sunday, September 24 ;11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sherwood Jayne Farm, East Setauket
The whole family will enjoy a host of activities including old-fashioned games like apple
relay races, tug-o-war, and apple-head doll making. The festival features pony rides and
an open-hearth colonial cooking demonstration, an Apple Pie Baking Contest and tours
of the historic Sherwood-Jayne House. Seatuck will be leading hikes at noon and 2:00

Getting Buggy
Saturday, October 7, 10:30 a.m.- Noon
Sherwood-Jayne farm, East Setauket
Are all bugs insects? Is a spider an insect? Join us as we take a short nature walk and
learn the difference between insects, arachnids, and some of the other critters we call

Autumn Family Scavenger Hunt
Saturday, October 21; 10:30 a.m.- Noon
Sherwood Jayne Farm, Setauket
Let’s go out and learn about nature while having a little fun! With list in hand we’ll head
out onto the trails and see what wildlife we can spot. The person with the most sightings
will get a small prize!

Colors Of Nature
Saturday November 4; 10:30 a.m.- Noon
Sherwood-Jayne farm, East Setauket
Autumn’s brilliant colors are on display at Sherwood-Jayne. Join us for a walk as we
learn how and why nature produces such a show and how different wildlife experience
it. We’ll also experiment with dyes from natural materials.

Family Autumn Night Hike
Saturday November 18; 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Sherwood-Jayne farm, East Setauket
We’ll use our owl eyes to see, fox walk to sneak, and deer ears to hear. Learning about
the senses of the night and practicing how different animals function at night will allow
us to experience the outdoors in a new and exciting light.

Owl Prowl
Saturday December 2; 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Sherwood Jayne Farm, Setauket
As we get close to winter, nothing is more exciting than an evening walk through the
woodland trails as we listen for owls as they search for a mate and begin their breeding