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Outdoor in-person Family Days are back! Join the Wyckoff House Museum to celebrate spring by planting seeds and creating flower-themed artwork. Plant seeds on the farm, explore the grounds, play games, or learn still life sketching techniques using fresh flowers as your subjects. Pre-register your family/pod for a specific time slot or drop in (capacity allowing). What to expect on your visit: Farmhouse Family Day is free and open to all ages, ideal for children ages 4-10. The house museum is currently closed to the public; all activities will take place outdoors in the park and comply with social distancing protocols The Still Life Sketching activity will begin at 1PM. Supplies will be provided. Seed planting activities and garden tours are limited, first-come first-served. Make sure to wear close-toed shoes and prepare to get dirty. (RSVP does not guarantee participation) Registration ticket time slots are to prevent overcrowding. You must reserve tickets reserved in advance for guaranteed admission. HEALTH & SAFTEY Mask wearing and social distancing requirements must be adhered to while visiting the grounds. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the park and event. There are extra masks if you do not bring your own. Visitors will be health-screened upon entering the park and are required to provide contact information in compliance with contact tracing protocol It is recommended to use the restroom before your arrival. There is one port-o-san on the property
5816 Clarendon Road
East Flatbush, NY
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.
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