Harvest Festival This Sunday at the Onderdonk House!

Harvest photos and text from The Onderdonk House


“Fall is in the air. Our tradition is to spoil the children with lots of 🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃 so come on down this Sunday!” – Onderdonk House


Harvest Festival Details:

  • Adults – $5.00, Children 12 and under Free with an adult
  • Free Pumpkins for the first 500 children
  • Entertainment
  • Nolick the Wizard
  • Face Painting, Rides, Crafts and Games
  • Apple Pressing for Cider Making and Tours of the Onderdonk House
  • Free Admission to Current Exhibit
  • Refreshments


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.

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.

Sunday October 8th
12 PM – 5 PM
The Vander-Ende Onderdonk House
1820 Flushing Ave, Queens, New York 11385



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