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Mangano Announces "The Enchantment of Spring" Program at Tackapausha Museum

Nassau County Exec Ed Mangano a announce the family-friendly: “The Enchantment of Spring” program will take place at Tackapausha Museum & Preserve on Sunday, March 6th.

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Huntington, NY - February 24th, 2016 - Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano a announce the family-friendly: “The Enchantment of Spring” program will take place at Tackapausha Museum and Preserve on Sunday, March 6th from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Children of all ages are invited to come and observe birds and the signs of Spring’s return at the annual Snowdrop Walk through the Preserve as well as a live animal presentation. The program is $5.00 per person.

About the Tackapausha Museum and Preserve
The Tackapausha Museum and Preserve, the first tract of preserve land acquired by Nassau County, is one of the most popular preserves on the South Shore. The Museum and Preserve provides residents with the opportunity to enjoy a physically and spiritually invigorating hike in a convenient and accessible location.

In addition, the preserve incorporates a 3,000-square-foot museum with displays about the ecology of Long Island, as well as animal exhibits and shows and interactive activities for children.

The preserve consists of three sections with trails that meander through each part. In the southern section, the preserve is host to the largest Atlantic White Cedar “stand,” or grouping of trees, in Nassau County, located in a swamp just north of Tackapausha Pond, near Merrick Road.

In the central section, a small, secluded pond draws waterfowl and amphibians. The northern section, between Clark and Jerusalem avenues, includes a small wetland.

Tackapausha Museum and Preserve is located at: 2225 Washington Avenue, Seaford, NY 11783 and is open Thursday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Regular admission is $3.00 for adults and $2.00 for children over 5 and senior citizens.

For further information please call: 516-571-7443 or visit the Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums website.