New York State Path Through History Weekend: Immigrant History Festival
For the NYS Path Through History Day: Immigrant History Festival
Saturday, June 17th, 10AM-4PM
Celebrate the history and present day culture of Upper Manhattan at DFM’s Path Through History Weekend Festival!
10AM-4PM: Enjoy free museum admission and mini tours of DFM’s Hessian Military Hut
10AM-4PM: Arts and crafts with the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
10AM-4PM: Participate in DFM’s online community exhibition, “”I Am, We Are, Inwood.””
11AM-1PM: Listen to José Luis on the harp in the parlor of the museum as you explore DFM’s current exhibitions.
12PM-2PM: Workshop with DFM exhibiting Artist Cinzia Meneghello
Visitors will be invited to create mixed media mini-artworks of trees – symbolizing their connections to their roots and migration stories to/from Inwood – and decorated with silhouettes of favorite Uptown animals (ex., red cardinals, owls, raccoons, bodega cats, etc.), glitter and more!
2:30PM: join Tony y Son De La 104 in the backyard of the farmhouse! Tony y Son De La 104 is a New York Salsa Orchestra. The band plays a variety of styles of Salsa Dura, Classics and Romantic Salsa. “”Our sound is reminiscent of the trombone sound of the popular bands from the 70’s and 80’s with a contemporary edge. We perform our original compositions as well as top Latin standards. The band performs for private and corporate events, Non-profit organizations, night clubs and lounges. We perform music for your dancing and listening pleasure.””
THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY PUBLTC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL