Farmhouse sows a lot of interest in history

The Brooklyn Paper

Picnicking through history…

Dozens of history buffs and summertime revelers flocked to the Wyckoff Farm House Museum, 5816 Clarendon Road for a second annual block party and picnic on the grounds of the borough landmark.

Organizers said that their Family and Friend Day Party is more of a family reunion or a “block reunion” than an actual block party.

Yet the salute to summer still came with all the required staples: music, food, good friends and good times.

A tour of the historic Wyckoff Farm House Museum was thrown in for extra measure.


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