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This Weekend! New Amsterdam Festival at The Onderdonk House!

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Play all day in an outdoor Dutch wonderland! The Greater Ridgewood Historical Society has teamed up with the House of Yes to present The New Amsterdam Festival. It is a celebration of Dutch culture. The festival will take place at the historic Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, an outdoor open-air space. There will be live music to make you move, delicious Dutch treats. Circus performers and interactive arts, lawn games, a Bier Garten, and more. All ages welcome!

Details:
House of Yes and Greater & Ridgewood Historical Society present
The New Amsterdam Festival
Sat & Sun, April 29-30 | 11AM-9PM
All Ages Welcome!
FREE all weekend with RSVP: http://bit.ly/2mW4uYT
onderdonkhouse.org
houseofyes.org
Facebook: facebook.com/events/287930748308170

  • Local Artisan Market featuring Dutch crafts
  • Arts & crafts
  • Dutch folk dancing
  • Tented Bier Garten
  • Food trucks & Stands
  • Circus Performances
  • Interactive Art
  • Live Painting, Hula Hoop Lessons, Face Painting
  • Lawn Games: Boccee, Corn Hole, Human Fuse Ball
  • Live music & the House of Yes Resident DJs
  • Stroop Waffles! Frites with Mayo!

The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, located in Ridgewood on the border of Queens and Brooklyn, is the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in New York City. The House serves as a museum for a permanent exhibit on the archaeology of the Onderdonk site, as well as changing exhibits relating to dutch history, the arts and culture.

House of Yes is an arts collective and venue in Bushwick that is home to circus spectacles, immersive cinema, burlesque and cabaret shows, aerial extravaganzas, nightlife parties, brunch, BBQs, and bubble baths, all with superior sound and exemplary service. Each night is specially curated to create an immersive experience with music, theatrics, and performances to titillate the senses and expand your mind, unlike any other venue in Brooklyn right now.

The Greater Ridgewood Historical Society was established in 1975 by a group of local residents to prevent the demolition of the Vander Ende Onderdonk House. They maintain a history of the greater Ridgewood area, entitled Our Community, Its History and People. With the help of Federal, State and local funds, the Onderdonk House was opened to the public in 1982.

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