Families and Folk Art: New York City—Then and Now

Saturday, March 30
1:00 pm–2:00 pm
American Folk Art Museum
2 Lincoln Square (Columbus Avenue at 66th Street)
Upper West Side


Take a guided tour of depictions of the landscape of nineteenth century New York City. Nearly unrecognizable to New Yorkers now, farmland dominated many of the boroughs. Consider how our city has evolved over the past 200 years and create an artwork that reflects your own borough: then and now. For ages 4 to 12 and accompanying adults. Space is limited; registration required (212. 265. 1040, ext. 381, or [email protected]).

* Stop by Chef Daniel's Épicerie Boulud a few blocks south for delicious house-made charcuterie and a selection of artisanal cheeses, alongside home-made soups, salads, sandwiches, fresh baked breads, pastries and more. We love the sausages, macaroons and gelato.

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