• Celebrate Earth Day by visiting the Park and its trees! Tour the Park’s Central Pathway with local arborist, Michael Garrett. Learn about the variety of tree species and their roles in the Park’s ecosystem. End the tour by visiting Hugh Hayden’s newest installation, “American Vernacular”, on view near Alexander Lieberman’s “The Way”, 1972-80). **

  • Stroll through the Park’s prominent Museum Circle, which welcomes many Park patrons daily. Experience Judith Shea’s “American Heartland Garden”, 1992, and “Public Goddess”, 1992, while its rose garden begins to bloom. Gaze at Manual Neri’s “Aurelia Roma”, 1994, while previewing some of the Park’s newly planted annuals eagerly growing near the rejuvenating art works encompassing this location. *

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