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Scribble Art Camp

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum 4881 Broadway, New York, NY

Scribble Art Camp, July 19th-30th, Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm Join in on our partnership with the Scribble Art Workshop! We will be unleashing our art abilities with our sketchbook challenges throughout the day. All camp sessions include a materials kit that comes with a camp t-shirt. More information here! Campamento de Arte Scribble del 19 al 30 […]

Growing Uptown: Rosemary

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Growing Uptown: Rosemary Flatbread (Virtual) July 22 2021 at 3:30pm Join Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Director of Education, and Founder of Garden Kitchen Lab, Fabiola Cáceres at her kitchen-garden workshop. Fabiola will talk about the benefits of starting a food garden at home, show how to go from backyard to table with a delicious rosemary flatbread, […]

Growing Uptown: Cilantro

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Growing Uptown: Avocado Cilantro Sauce Virtual) July 29, 2021 at 3:30pm Join Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Director of Education, and Founder of Garden Kitchen Lab, Fabiola Cáceres at her kitchen-garden workshop. Fabiola will talk about the benefits of starting a food garden at home, show how to go from backyard to table with a delicious avocado […]

Historic House Museums Respond to Crisis Lecture Series

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August 5: Social Justice – Meredith Horsford and Richard Tomczak, Dyckman Farmhouse Museum The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum (DFM) has spent the last few years focusing on expanding their narrative. Like many traditional historic sites, DFM had previously focused on the history of the wealthy white landowners. Through a grant from The New York Community Trust, […]

Growing Uptown: Onions

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Growing Uptown: Avocado, Onion, & Tomato Salad August 10, 2021 at 5:00pm Join Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Director of Education, and Founder of Garden Kitchen Lab, Fabiola Cáceres at her kitchen-garden workshop. Fabiola will talk about the benefits of starting a food garden at home, show how to go from backyard to table with a delicious […]

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Week One – Talking About Race Matters: Join the Conversation

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Week 1, Wednesday August 25th at 6pm Bedtime Stories about Slavery and the Legacy it Left on this Nation By Mr. Joseph McGill, History and Culture Coordinator at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston, SC and Founder of the Slave Dwelling Project What started as an attempt to bring much needed attention to extant slave […]

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Week Two – Talking About Race Matters: Join the Conversation

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Week 2, Wednesday September 1st at 6pm I Was Here: Reshaping the American Commemorative Landscape  By Marjorie Guyon, Artist for I Was Here, Marshall Fields, Community Liaison for I Was Here, Patrick J. Mitchell, Photographer for I Was Here, Dr. Michael Preacely, Music Producer/Director for I Was Here, Michael Baer, President and Owner of Fusioncorp […]

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Week Three – Talking About Race Matters: Join the Conversation

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Week 3, Wednesday September 8th at 6pm Markers on the Land: Slavery, Commemoration and the History of Africans in Northern Manhattan By Dr. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and Professor Emeritus of American Studies and Journalism, Rutgers University-Newark, Peggy King Jorde, Cultural Projects Consultant and Global expert, Dr. Andrea Mosterman, Associate Professor in History […]

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TINKERBELL LIVE!

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum 4881 Broadway, New York, NY

Saturday, September 11th at 2:00pm, join your favorite storybook characters on a hilarious romp through Fairyland! Starring Snow White, Little Rosa Ridinghood, The Evil Queen, and more! In-person at DFM. Ages 4-80. In English & Spanish. FREE! Reserve your tickets

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Week Four – Talking About Race Matters: Join the Conversation

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Week 4, Wednesday September 15th at 6pm  'A Long Time Coming': The Archaeology and History of the Native and African American Community in Setauket, NY By Dr. Christopher Matthews, professor of anthropology at Montclair State University. This presentation will discuss recent archaeology and community-based research focused on the mixed-heritage Native American and African American community […]

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Virtual Fall Festival 2021!

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  Virtual Bilingual Story Time Join Dyckman Farmhouse Museum and the Inwood branch of the New York Public Library on Facebook LIVE for a special Fall themed story time for children. Saturday. September 18th at 10 AM ON FACEBOOK LIVE! Apple Dumplings with Antonella It isn't Fall without apples. Learn about a old fashioned recipe […]

Week Five – Talking About Race Matters: Join the Conversation

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Week 5, Wednesday September 22nd at 6pm “Troubled Like the Restless Sea”: Frederick Douglass and the “Profusion of Luxury” in Early America By Dr. R. Ruthie Dibble, Curator of The Chipstone Foundation and Dr. Tiffany Momon, Assistant Professor at Sewanee: The University of the South. Over 150 years after the publication of My Bondage and […]

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