Annual Kickoff Meeting at Bayley Beach – 9/8@11am sharp!

Farmer’s Market Camp for Kids

Woman shops at extreme organic market.
Our first children’s program of the fall season takes place on September 9th & 10th! Come fulfill your farmer dreams at the Potting Shed! At our two-part work shop, children will learn what it takes to setup, promote and run their own farmer’s market. Set-up will takes place on Friday after school and the market will run the next morning during our first Soccer Saturday program. Sign up now!

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Soups, Salads and Scapes – Register by September 8!

Please join us from 6 to 8:30 pm on Tuesday, September 13th, for a magical, informative and inspiring evening at the Potting Shed! Our talented Potting Shed Team will share tips, techniques and recipes that will help reduce anxiety when you’re preparing for entertaining at home for family and friends.

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Attend the Fall Harvest Fest for Families

tomato harvest

Our 4th annual Harvest Fest is rapidly approaching!  On Sunday, September 18th, from 4-6 pm, all are welcome to help us kick off the fall season.  We’ll be featuring all of your favorite activities: scarecrow making, mini-gourd painting and bedazzling and lawn games for the whole family. This year Fairy World and the Wood Shop will be open, too. 

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Opening Meeting & Luncheon at Bayley Pavillion


Mark your calendars for our annual meeting on Thursday, September 8th at the Bayley Beach Pavillion from 11 am to 1 pm. The group photo will take place promptly at 11, so please arrive on time to be included! We will have an update on the summer and a look at the year ahead.  Updated pages for your yearbook will be distributed and we’ll have a delicious buffet lunch overlooking the water.  It’s an event not to be missed!

Join Us at Hill-Stead Museum


Join us for a September 22nd trip to Hillstead Museum, a 1901 Colonial Revival home and National Historic Landmark on 152 stately acres. The museum has a superb collection of French Impressionists’ paintings. Lunch will follow at Apricots on the Farmington River. Two women were responsible for the home of Alfred Pope Riddle. His daughter Theodate Pope Riddle was the architect and Beatrix Ferrand designed the Sunken Gardens – a feature of our docent led tour.  Register online here now!

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