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Wyckoff Family Reunion Weekend 2019 in NYC

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  • Oct. 18, 2019 through Oct. 20, 2019, Various Times
  • Wyckoff House Museum
  • 5816 Clarendon Road, East Flatbush
  • Adult, All Ages
  • $100

In October Wyckoff House Museum will be hosting its annual Open House New York cellar-to-attic tour in addition to Family Day activities. The schedule for this year's special reunion follows: 

Friday, October 18:

  • Walk and Talk along the High Line with Board President, Naj Wikoff, meeting around 4:30pm
  • Welcome cocktail reception and cookout hosted at the home of Board Treasurer Barbara Wyckoff Siris and Peter Siris, starting around 6pm

Saturday, October 19:

  • Group transportation from Holiday Inn – Financial District to Wyckoff House Museum (9:15am pickup) ^
  • Morning refreshments, coffee, tea, pastries during reunion meeting
  • Presentations, workshops, and activities at historic house museum: house tours, hearth cooking, tulip planting and more!
  • Picnic style lunch with sandwiches and salads
  • Mini bus-tour of local historic attractions ^
  • Return transportation to Holiday Inn — Financial District around 4:30 pm ^

Optional add-on activities for an additional fee:

We have not finalized arrangements for all add-on activities. You will have the option to add them on later as they become available.

About Wyckoff House Museum

5816 Clarendon Road

East Flatbush, NY

718-629-5400

  • Standard hours: Friday-Saturday, 1-4 pm; Third Saturday Family Days, 11am-3pm

  • The Wyckoff House & Association preserves, interprets, and operates New York City’s oldest building and it’s surrounding 1.5 acres of farmland. Through innovative educational and farm-based programs we bridge cultural and agricultural gaps in an underserved community by connecting our audience with enduring themes through history, including immigration, land stewardship, and food systems.