Troubadour and Sweet Treat Social at BHH — September 7, 2-4 pm

Troubadour Sings Period Music & Sweet Treat Social

 

Sunday, September 7th, 2-4 PM

Co-sponsored by Easton Parks & Recreation/Red Mango

 

Bradley-Hubbell Homestead

535 Black Rock Turnpike

 

Enjoy a late summer afternoon overlooking the bountiful Bradley garden and the graceful Hemlock Reservoir with music, children’s crafts, farm demonstrations & refreshing treats.

 

Renowned Connecticut’s first “Official State Troubadour” Tom Callinan has composed an entertaining song about the Bradley’s family farming history which he plans on debuting at the social event. Tom will regale us with music from yesteryear including popular songs from the colonial and Revolutionary War. A 19th Century cider press will be featured in a demonstration showing how apples were pressed for the production of cider, a popular beverage especially during apple picking season. Children can visit the crafts table for hands-on fun creating a special memory of their afternoon at the Bradley-Hubbell Homestead.

 

Plus all can tickle their taste buds with refreshing nutritious and delicious treats courtesy of Red Mango of Fairfield, CT.

 

Fee:

$5 per person;

$20/family,

Children under 5 free

Members Half Price

Easton Farm Tour — August 16th 10am-3pm

The Bradley-Hubbell Homestead will again be a featured stop on this year’s 6th Annual Easton Farm Tour, presented by the Citizens for Easton. Please join us on August 16th from 10-3.

 

Start at the Firehouse Green on Center Road to obtain a free map of farms on the tour to see Easton grown farm fresh food. Fun for the whole family! Visitors can enjoy the many farming delights that Easton has to offer and learn about where food comes from.

 

At the Bradley-Hubbell Homestead activities we’ll highlight what it was like to work the land, grow and cook  food, and maintain the farm in the 18th and 19th century. We hope to see you there!

 

For more information call us at (203) 261-2090, hseastonct@gmail.com