Events for October 21, 2020
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Happy Autumn (almost!) to All! Pick your own apple season has begun! Our McIntosh are now ready and we’ll have Cortlands to pick by this coming weekend. In our stand we have peaches, sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, our own apple cider, and our donuts! We’re making both pumpkin and apple cider donuts every day! Hours…Find out more »
We harvested a variety of vegetables this past weekend in the gardens and there is still some harvesting to do this weekend! We will also be showcasing a sampling of Old Sturbridge Village's 2020 harvest in the Parsonage Barn this weekend. There will also be an exhibition of vegetables, fruit, butter, handwoved woolen fabrics, knitted…Find out more »
Since 1980, the Northeast CT Farmers Market Association has operated farmers markets in the “Quiet Corner” of CT. The main purpose of the markets is to provide a centralized location for consumers to purchase locally grown fresh fruit, vegetables and other farm products, create a vehicle for local farmers to sell their produce directly to…Find out more »
We are SO EXCITED to welcome back our youngest potters! It's been almost 6 months since we've been able to have regular weekly pottery classes for kids.... but we're welcoming them back NEXT WEEK! **PLEASE NOTE: We will be limiting class sizes and requiring masks in class.** At Sawmill Pottery, we believe in introducing kids…Find out more »
Tickets for Phantoms and Fire are selling fast. Three nights are already completely sold out! Explore the museum after hours where you will find spooky delights from bats and bonfires to cauldrons and candy, from ghosts and guitars to horror and…maybe even…a headless horseman! Purchase your tickets today, as occupancy is limited! Learn More &…Find out more »
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