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Fall comes to the King Manor Museum with a fun autumn festival on Oct. 17.

Have you ever wondered how food was made before modern-day electric stoves were invented? Kick off the harvest season at King Manor Museum as you watch an early American cooking demonstration, churn butter, create apple cider, and make crafts inspired by autumn. The Fall Festival is suitable for all ages.

Fall Festival, Oct. 17 from noon to 4 pm; free.

King Manor Museum [150-03 Jamaica Ave. in Jamaica, (718) 206–0545 X 13; www.kingmanor.org]

Posted 12:00 am, October 10, 2015
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