may, 2020

sat09may12:15 pm4:00 pmEvent OverEngageAsia Tour: Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden12:15 pm - 4:00 pm Teacher: EngageAsia Aligned Living Quadrant:Heartfelt Community,Knowledge of Systems


(Saturday) 12:15 pm - 4:00 pm


Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden

28 Deveau Road, North Salem, NY

Event Details

“To please the eye. there are the textures of stone scrolled with the delicate designs of lichen, the patterns of tree trunks and clusters of foliage, the play of light and shadow, the varying shades of green as well as the seasonal colors of great beauty.” – Natalie Hays Hammond

Join us at The Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem, NY, for our first joint tour with EngageAsia!

The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden is one of the best preserved Japanese Stroll Gardens in the U.S. Founder Natalie Hays Hammond (1904-1985) created the garden as a place of respite and connection between East and West, and that mission continues to today.

12:15 ~ Meet in the lobby of the Hammond Museum

12:30 ~ 1:30 pm : 3 indoor art exhibitions (guided by the director or participating artists)
* Hays gallery, Goelet gallery, Guild Hall gallery, Outdoor sculpture exhibit

1:30 ~ 2:30 pm : Garden Tour

2:30 ~ 3:30 pm : Tea ceremony + Tea&Sweets tasting + Q&A, with Tea Master Ms. Yasuko Hara, of the Omote-Senke School

$60 includes tour of the garden and exhibits, and tea ceremony. Register below to reserve your space. Please bring an umbrella or other rain gear.

EngageAsia, founded by Aligned Center member David Janes and Stomu Miyazaki, is a non-profit organization which engages teachers in innovative programs to build cross-cultural understanding and foster peace and community between the United States and countries throughout the Asia-Pacific.


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