On weekends from May through September, families with children ages three and up can head to Beczak Environmental Education Center and discover what’s hiding in the Hudson River. Get the lowdown on the art of seining (net fishing), and then troop down to the rocky beach, don a pair of waders, scoop up creatures with the net and sort the catch. The prize of the day could be an American eel, known for outsmarting captors.
|Venue name:||Beczak Environmental Education Center|
35 Alexander St
|Cross street:||Dock St and Wells Ave|