FAMILY FUN

Some ways to explore Staatsburgh for the younger set and their families.

Decorative flourish

 
 
 
 
 

While it looks like we are having a battle, Clermont and Staatsburgh are really great friends!  Especially since we share so much Livingston family history!  Here is a not-too-messy food fight your kids can enjoy in July, with a chance to win some chef swag and online acclaim!  The entry form is below, along with two fabulous food-themed poems by Jack Prelusky, recited by Representative Antonio Delgado and his family, and Dutchess County Executive, Marcus Molinaro.

Dutchess County Executive, Marcus Molinaro

Representative Antonio Delgado and family

 
 

Our previous winners!

New for 2021!

Can you find these items around the park grounds?

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Can you find these famous Gilded Age People?

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The Gingerbread Contest is over but you might still enjoy Staatsburgh’s curator and her son who show you how it’s done!

 

Can you match the pictures to the descriptions of these famous Gilded Age Americans?

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The Gilded Age influenced many US cities. Can you find them?

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Scavenger Hunt

Here’s a fun outdoor family activity for children ages 6-9. This acrostic scavenger hunt offers a way to explore the site grounds while practicing spelling skills.

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Word Search

Find and discover all things Staatsburgh and Gilded Age hidden in this word puzzle.

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Who Will You Be Project

Craft projects to help you imagine what it’s like to live in or work at Staatsburgh.

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