A Fall Affair - SOCO Magazine
SOCO Magazine & Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum present:
A Fall Affair
Sunday, October 14, Noon to 4p.m.
Join us for a fun-filled day for all ages including fine food, live entertainment, activities for the whole family,and much more! ***This is a FREE EVENT***
Fine Food by Russell Morin Fine Catering * Live Musical performances by Barnacle, The Buddy Roach Trio, and Comanchero * Horse Drawn Hay Wagon Rides with Sidehill Farm * Trick Kite Flying with Kitt Kites * Gourd Bowling & Other Games * Archery with The Buckley Family Archery, LLC and guests from the National Archery Association * Blacksmith Demonstrations by Conrad Bernier * Pumpkin Decorating
Bring your best apple Pie to the SOCO Fall Affair Pie Tasting contest!
A surprise Panel of Judges will donate their time and taste buds to judge home-made apple pies.Pies will be judged on APPEARANCE, TAST & TEXTURE
PRIZES AWARDED: 1st Place - $250 Cash Prize; 2nd Place - $100 Gift Certificate; 3rd Place - $100 Gift Certificate. Winner will be announced with their pie in SOCO Magazine
To learn more click here
For more information call (401) 253-2707 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (401) 253-2707 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
This is a free event for the public. Remember to bring blankets and lawn chairs. We look forward to seeing you there!
Wednesday, May 15
- Wednesday, June 19
Introduction to Watercolor
Saturday, May 25
Behind the Scenes Tour
Saturday, June 01
Growing a Cutting Garden: I
Marjorie’s dove tree turns 40
(May 16, '13)
It’s a lucky visitor whose gaze turns east along the path between the mansion and the Enclosed Garden, instead of west across the blooming North Garden and Great Lawn to Narragansett Bay. The western view is a compelling one to be sure and even I am caught up short by it every time I walk ...
The Costume Collection
(Jan 07, '13)
Many of you already know about the fabulous collection of gowns and accessories belonging to Bessie Van Wickle McKee that came home to Blithewold last year. Forty-one dresses with accessories, coats, and hats, had been given to the Colonial Dames … Continue reading