May 10, 2013 to May 11, 2013
Enjoy Hill-Stead Museum's lush grounds and historic setting as you browse over 65 exhibitors with unique crafts, perennial and annual plants and flowers, and antiques for home and garden. Additional activities include fascinating lectures by well-known authors and gardening demonstrations, usually presented by Master Gardeners. Treasure hunters will want to arrive early to be the first to view Theodate’s Attic—a large selection of antiques, linens, artwork, glassware, gardening books, and other unique items for sale. Saturday fun for families includes creative craft projects for children of all ages, musical entertainment, and Hill-Stead’s own visiting flock of baby sheep. To round out the event, Monet’s Café and Bakery provides seated dining for visitors, offering delicious sandwiches, salads and fresh-baked cookies, bars, and other treats. Rain or shine. General admission: $12; advance purchase $10; museum members $8; children 12 and under, free. Additional fees may apply to special lectures. For more information, contact Becky Trutter at (860) 677-4787 ext. 132 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Cost||General admission: $12; advance purchase $10; museum members $8; children 12 and|
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