Coggeshall Farm Museum is hosting its first “Evening at the Farm” event on Sep. 4, offering a night of casual entertainment after typical museum hours. From 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, 9/4, visitors are invited to set up a blanket or chair and relax while enjoying an evening of traditional music performed by Atwater Donnelly.
Visitors can also explore the 1790’s salt marsh Farm, view heritage breed animals, learn from various textile demonstrations by costumed historians, and bring a picnic to enjoy on the grounds. Atwater-Donnelly, will perform a unique and thrilling blend of traditional American and Celtic folk music and dance along with original songs and poetry for the evening’s entertainment.
While visiting Coggeshall, guests are encouraged to take advantage of the 48 acres of coastal farmland in Bristol, Rhode Island that recreates the daily experience of tenant farmers on a salt marsh farm in the late 18th century. Guests are free to stroll across the scenic landscape and view Coggeshall in an evening setting usually not available.
Tickets for the event are just $8 for member adults, free for member youth (4-17), $10 for non-member adults, and for non-member youth (4-17) 3 are admitted free with each paying adult as part of our Kids FREE promotion ($5 per additional non-member youth). Due to current capacity limits, pre-registration is required and can be completed online at: https://www.coggeshallfarm.org/event/evening-at-the-farm/
Visitors are asked to follow state guidelines and wear face coverings or masks while at Coggeshall Farm Museum, when interacting with staff and other visitors. Visit: https://www.coggeshallfarm.org/
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