The programs listed below are presented by the Friends of the Morrill Homestead in partnership with the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. Choose an item below for more information or scroll down.
- Rustic Furniture & Rustic Trellis Workshops
- Gallery in the Garden: A Sense of Place
- Drawing and Watercolor Workshop
- Natural Art Hike on the Coburn Trail
- 19th Century Apple and Harvest Festival
Rustic Furniture (Sat) & Rustic Trellis (Sun) Workshops
Saturday & Sunday, June 11th & 12th
In these one-day workshops at the Morrill Homestead you will take saplings and with simple joining techniques make an outdoor trellis or piece of furniture. They may be as simple or as intricate as you choose and time allows. No woodworking experience is necessary. Presented by Mark Ragonese and the League of NH Craftsmen. To reserve a place or for more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
$120.00, materials included. 10:00 – 5:00 PM
Gallery in the Garden
Friday, July 1st, 2011, 6:00 PM
Celebrating the 250th anniversary of Strafford- an ongoing exhibit featuring local artists. The exhibit will be open weekends from 11:00 to 5:00, Saturdays and Sundays until the 17th of July.
Drawing and Watercolor Workshop
July 11-15, 2011, 9 a.m.-12:00
Explore the fantasy of nature and architecture through drawing, writing, mapping,
watercolor painting and more. Make your own handmade books for sketching and
finished work. A great opportunity to imagine history while creating something new!
Taught by Jennifer Brown and Anmari Kicza
For kids ages 8-14, $75
To register call Therese Linehan at the Homestead 802-765-4288 (please leave a message) or email: email@example.com
Natural Art Hike
Please join us for a fun and inspiring afternoon of making earth sculptures and fairy houses along the Coburn Trail! During the program, we’ll meet at the Morrill Homestead to look at the work of other environmental artists before walking to Coburn Farm, where we’ll explore and make our own natural object artworks. We’ll also pause at the scenic overlook for a sit-down craft and a snack. There is a $3 suggested donation to cover the snack and craft supplies.
The program is for children in elementary school, but parents and caretakers are welcome to attend!
This event is brought to you in partnership with the Upper Valley Land Trust, www.uvlt.org.
19th Century Apple and Harvest Festival
Sunday, October 9th, 11:00-4:00
Press cider in an antique press, sample cider, taste heirloom apple varieties, play period games, hike the lookout trail, play Valley Quest, lunch. Rain or shine.
$8 adults – $3.00 under 14.
These programs are presented by the Friends of the Morrill Homestead in partnership with the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation.