Spring Fling at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
Celebrate the start of DFM’s 2023 program season at Spring Fling! Enjoy free admission to the museum, step inside our hessian military hut, and participate in arts, crafts, and lawn games throughout the farmhouse property.
At 1PM, Listen as Juilliard School graduates Alyssa Campbell, Rebecca Scout Nelson, Aniella Eddy and John Stajduhar join forces with Silentwoods Collective to blur the lines between fiddle music, country dances, and music of the court in their high energy and spirited program titled “Crossing the Pond.”
From 12PM-2PM, create a mixed media mini-artwork of whimsical animals Uptown (ex., bodega cats, cute raccoons, funny groundhogs, etc.). with local Inwood Artist and exhibitor at DFM Cinzia Meneghello.
From 12PM-4PM, Listen, watch and create alongside teaching artists from the Dominican Artists Collective as they perform dramatic readings of If Dominican Were A Color by Sili Recio, illustrated by Brianna McCarthy. We will be coloring scenes with pencils and crayons as well as writing poetry based on the story. Live readings of the book will take place every 30 minutes.
At 3:30PM, 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.”
From 12PM-4PM, enjoy balloon animals from R David Comedy Events!
This event is free, family friendly, and open to the public.
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