Saturday, July 15, 2017

Cultivate Your Green Thumb with Hands on History

Get your green thumb on! Rufus King and his son John Alsop King were avid nature-lovers who turned the land around King Manor into a flourishing farm. Come make your own seed planting kit to take home and watch grow!

Date: August 5 

Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost: Free 

Event Categories:
Age: Teens (13-19), Age: Tweens (10-12), Age: Young Children (3-9), Family Status: Children, History/Humanities

Organizer: King Manor Museum   

Phone: (718) 206-0545 Ext. 13 



Venue:  King Manor Museum
    150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park)
    Jamaica, 11432 + Google Map    

(718) 206-0545 


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