Monday, November 9, 2015

Weekday Urban Sketchers in Muscota Marsh on Wednesday

This week we are traveling to the very northern tip of Manhattan to sketch the beautiful water scenes across Muscota Marsh.  Part of Inwood Hill Park on the Spuyten Duyvil Creek, this cove has been opened to the public only since 2014.  We can wander on the walkways in the marsh, have views of the Henry Hudson Bridge, saltwater marshes and the Palisades across the Hudson River.  There should be plenty of water foul so a camera could be a good addition to your kit.  The forecast is for a warm sunny day. Bring your lunch and we will picnic along the waterfront or on the observation deck above the marshland.
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Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Henry Hudson Bridge from Muscota Marsh, a green space and site of ecological conservation adjacent to the Shorakapok ...
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DATE: WEDNESDAY November 11, 2015

TIME:  11:00 meet up time.  We will stay in the cove until lunch and then decide if we want to move over to the Hudson River in Inwood Park.


A train to 215 Street. Walk along 215 St to Indian Road, turn right and walk one block to the Marsh.

1 train to 207 Street turn left on Ishman Street. Walk two blocks turn right on Seaman Ave and follow it into the park. 

Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call Raylie at 201-978-6387

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