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Make Colonial and Victorian-themed trinkets at King Manor Museum

Children explore history at the King Manor Museum at the Hands-on History workshop. This month it’s Braids and Buttons, where childen explore jewelyr making.
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Children learn fun facts about history at the Hands on History workshop at the King Manor Museum on Nov. 4.

Braids and Buttons is on the history agenda, where children can create their own jewelry inspired by styles from the Colonial and Victorian eras, when the families of Rufus King and John Alsop King were living here. Families with children are welcome.

Hands on History workshop; Nov. 4 from 1 pm to 4 pm; free with museum admission.

King Manor Museum at Rufus King Park [150-03 Jamaica Ave. in Jamaica; (718) 206–0545; www.kingmanor.org]

Updated 3:35 pm, November 1, 2017
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