Skip directly to content

earth day


Calling all Community groups, local businesses, environmental enthusiasts and activists! Sign up at

Calendar of Events:

  • 8am: Birdwatching walk at the Tarrytown Lakes with Ornithologist Dr. Carole Griffiths to catch a glimpse of the huge variety of bird species and wildlife in this NYS Environmentally Protected area (meet at Lakes parking lot on Neperan Road)

  • 9am-12pm: Two Clean-up Efforts - Neperan Park and Sheldon Ave/Lincoln ave. Wear
    water resistant boots/sturdy shoes, a hat, long sleeves, bring gloves, and water.

  • 9am: Hike and Trail Marking - Meet at Park and Ride lot near old pump-house to help clear and blaze a forgotten trail. Wear hiking boots, a hat, long sleeves, and bring gloves, and water Limit 10 people.

  • 10am-3pm: Lakes Clean-up (meet in parking lot) Wear boots/sturdy shoes, a hat, long

Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 09:00 to 17:00

Annual Earth Day Clean Up

The Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Council, Tarrytown Lakes Committee, and Friends of Neperan Park present

Annual Earth Day
Clean Up

Supported by the Westchester Community Foundation

Saturday April 16
10 am - 12 pm - Meet at Patriots Park, Neperan Park
10 am - 3pm - Meet at Tarrytown Lakes

Coffee donated by Coffee Labs Roasters!

FOOD DRIVE DROP-OFF all 3 locations for the Community Food Pantry of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown.  Peanut butter and sardines are especially appreciated.

Tarrytown Lakes Nature Walk7:30am
Led by Carole Griffiths, Professor, Long Island University
All ages welcome!


Saturday, April 16, 2016 - 10:00 to 15:00

TEAC Celebrates Earth Day

April 22, Earth Day, is an annual event celebrated in more than 192 countries to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network.

The Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Committee (TEAC) will be joining Mrs. Greens on April 12 and Tarrytown Third Friday on April 18 to share ideas with our neighbors about Earth Day activities. TEAC will be manning tables with displays and information about local environmental concerns. TEAC will be taking a survey to learn more about the environmental concerns and knowledge of our community and will also be promoting a Turn off your Cellphone Hour event for Earth Day and a RiverKeeper Sweep event coming May 10.

TEAC was

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 00:00