HOURS  - Saturdays & Sundays 1 - 5 PM, Wednesdays 3 - 6 PM.    History and Geneaology Resource Rooms are also open. Guided and self-guided tours available.  Suggested Donation $3.00 per person. Members are free. Veterans and Active Service members are free. First floor exhibits and bathroom facilities are accessible for individuals with disabilities.  

 

Current Exhibits -

"Remembering George P Miller, GRHS Archivist & Historian". Photographs, Air Force Uniform and Medals, including Vietnam Campaign and Bronze Star.

"View from a Balloon".  DeBeers Maps of Queens neighborhoods and panoramic of New York City.

 

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PUBLIC EVENTS:

June 15th Saturday – COLONIAL KIDS DAY – Anna Puma Girl Scout Gold Award Project.  10-noon.  Colonial games, crafts, dress up for children.  Free.  Questions?: colonialkidsday@gmail.com     Click here for a flyer. 


July 4th Thursday - READING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.  Charles Sanchez, Board of Directors.  2 and 3 PM.  Donation $5.00, Children free with an Adult, Members free, Service men and women and Veterans free. Doors open at 1 PM.  

August 17, 2019, rain date, August 18, 2019.  Arbitration Rock. 12 - 6 PM  Festival focused on the boundary between Brooklyn and Queens.  Includes history of the “Boundary”, food and music, local artists visual, performing and authors interpreting the relationship between Brooklyn and Queens.  Includes self-guided tours of the Onderdonk House and exhibits.   Admission $5.00, children under 12 free.  Members, Veterans and active service members free.



October 13, 2019, rain date, October 14, 2019.  Harvest Festival 12 - 6 PM.  Music, colonial and harvest crafts, face painting, free pumpkins for the first 500 children, apple pressing and cider, rides, self guided tours of the Onderdonk House. Donation $5.00, Free for children under 12 with an adult.  Members, Veterans and active service members free.