Friends of the Rockefeller Preserve to Celebrate its 20th Anniversary
Magnifissance November/December 2016
Hook Magazine, Around Town January – February 2017 page 33
Rockefeller State Park Preserve Friends Group Marks 20 Years
The Journal News December 19, 2016
Celebrating Many Accomplishments
New York Social Diary December 16, 2016
Running in Rocky’s Park
By Helen Meurer Hook Magazine March/April 2014 Issue
http://janet.uberflip.com/t/96864 ( page 52)
Friends of Rockefeller Host Their 3rd Annual Mid-Winter Wine Dinner
Hook Magazine March/April 2014 Issue
http://janet.uberflip.com/t/96864 ( page 45)
It’s a Parade of Peonies at Rockefeller State Park
By Bill Cary May 2, 2012 The Journal News
Carriages, Horses and Hounds
By Sharon Pickett Nov 27, 2010 Tarrytown Patch
Attention, lovers of all things equestrian! Open now at the art gallery at the Rockefeller State Park Preserve is an outstanding exhibit titled “Carriages, Horses and Hounds.”
Setting the Pace at Rockefeller State Park
Riders saddled up on Sunday for the 9th Annual Autumn Country Pace.
By Sharon Pickett October 19, 2010 Tarrytown Patch
Over 180 horses, ponies, and their riders saddled up Sunday for the 9th Annual Autumn Country Pace hosted by The Friends of Rockefeller State Park and Preserve and the Westchester Horse Council.
Spring Flower Show at the Rockefeller Preserve
By Sharon Pickett May 2, 2010 The Hudson Independent
Hiding in plain sight, in the courtyard surrounding the Visitor Center of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, is a cacophony of colors ranging from pure white to lipstick pink to a deep red mahogany. This delightful treasure is the meticulously maintained peony garden – Japanese Tree Peonies to be exact.
A Lesson Learned at Pocantico Hills
By Herbert Hadad November 1, 1981 The New York Times; Westchester Weekly Desk
The notion of that title glided into my head one spring morning last year, about six months after Nelson’s death, as I jogged around the Tarrytown Lakes at the edge of the Rockefeller property, near where Lake Road rises to Pocantico Hills proper and where the deer come down in the early morning and again before sunset to graze.