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SINTERKLASS – SAINT NICHOLAS DAY at Wyckoff House Museum

SINTERKLASS – SAINT NICHOLAS DAY

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  • Dec. 07, 2019, 1-4pm
  • Wyckoff House Museum
  • 5816 Clarendon Road, East Flatbush
  • All Ages
  • $7; $4 ages 3-10

Meet Sinterklaas at the Wyckoff House Museum! The festivities will kick off at 1PM with a traditional concert by colonial balladeer Linda Russell. Children will enjoy a special visit from St. Nicholas as he arrives on horseback around 2:30PM. In the Dutch tradition, visitors can feed St. Nicholas’s faithful horse carrots and hay. Children are invited to sign the Red Book with St. Nicholas before he tells the traditional tale of The Bakers Dozen. Sip hot cider, try your hand at colonial games, create a holiday pomander, decorate a Dutch clog for Sinterklaas, and dress the tree for the tree lighting that will close the day as the sun goes down. 1PM House opens, crafts and food, and Colonial Concert with Linda Russell; 2:15PM Learn the traditional Sinterklaas Song; 2:30PM St. Nicholas arrives on horseback, Meet the horses and feed them carrots; 2:45PM Story time with St. Nicholas: The Bakers Dozen; 3-4PM Photos with St. Nick – sign the Red Book**; 4PM Tree decorating and lighting. **LIMITED QUANTITY OF TICKETS TO MEET ST. NICHOLAS- MUST BUY ONLINE TO BE GUARANTEED A ONE-ON-ONE WITH ST. NICK AND TO SIGN THE “RED BOOK”.**

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.