- Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum
- 443 Coleman Avenue
- Elmira, NY 14903
- June 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
- $50 per person
Peace, love, and music to benefit Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum! (Tie-dye optional.)
Join the party - on June 1st, 200+ Finger Lakes folks arrive for a music festival set among the rolling wooded hills. Hot grills, cold drinks, and rock'n'roll to support environmental education and habitat preservation.
Tickets are $50 each, and include a meal ticket and three drink tickets. (More tickets for drinks ($1/beer or wine) or meals ($3/burger or veggie burger) can be purchased at the event.)
Featuring the musical talents of Take Two, Rubber Souls, and Second Suitor!
This event is 21+.
Your continued support means a great deal to us! We are currently educating a record-breaking 35,000 people each year. With your support, we will be able to preserve this natural “gem” and continue our environmental education for years to come.
Nine miles of scenic trails in the Finger Lakes area that begin at the Nature Center allow you to experience the natural beauty of the Chemung Valley first-hand. We offer hiking year-round and winter activities including cross-country skiing and snowshoe rentals. Our 12,000 square foot building features a museum with 43 species of live animals, interactive exhibits and a comfortable library for bird-watching and reading. Looking for a place to gather? Our building also offers 2 meeting rooms for corporate meetings and events, retreats, wedding receptions and even Birthday parties!
Tanglewood is the local leader in environmental education; serving over 14,000 children in the Southern Tier of NY and the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania. We offer programs that include live animal presentations, outdoor experiences and hands-on activities. Our programs include school field trips, scouting groups, spring and summer camps and weekend activities for children.
Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum is part of the Points of Inspiration Scenic Views Trail. For more information and stops on the trail, visit www.pointsofinspiration.net.