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A Special Winter’s Eve

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Enjoy the wintertime goodness of Remick!

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ONE NIGHT, TWO EVENTS

Outdoor Progressive Dinner & Contra Dance

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2018

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Stay tuned... dates for this event will be posted soon!

Two winter events designed to warm your belly, your feet, and your heart... 
take part in one activity or both!


OUTDOOR PROGRESSIVE DINNER

Hardy, adventurous New Englanders, this progressive dinner is for you!

Enjoy an evening's stroll, admire festively lighted barns and buildings, and fill your tummy with a delicious, hot meal prepared with locally grown/produced items—our first ever outdoor progressive dinner.


What's an outdoor progressive dinner, served up Remick style?
Each portion of your 5-course meal will be served at a different outdoor location as participants move from one building to the next during the course of the evening. White lights and luminaries will help lead the way as you explore Remick Museum.


Dinner Menu & Details

  • Gather behind the Museum Center, then...
  • Stroll with the group to the Ice House for an appetizer of Savory Sausage or Chicken or Vegetable Skewers and Ginger-Pineapple Sparkling Punch. 
  • Next, meander to the Milk House for Hearty Potato & Leek Soup. 
  • The Sugar House, your next stop, will be home to the main course of Pulled-Pork Sandwiches, including several side dishes, or Vegetarian Lasagna—you can also enjoy a warming outdoor fire. 
  • Wander to the Cattle Barn where a traditional Indian Pudding will be served with whipped cream. 
  • Finally, follow the lighted fence to the Museum Center Barn where you can enjoy warming hot chocolate and take home some popcorn.
  • With each course, guests will learn about the farm grounds and animals, with informative stops along the walking route.
  • Tamworth Distilling & Mercantile will be open until 8:00 p.m. and offer free tastings to adults 21 and older attending the Progressive Dinner.

Don’t delay—this unique dinner will be for a limited number of guests.
Dinner reservations must be paid in advance by purchasing tickets online, or by calling 603-323-7591.
Bring a flashlight and dress warmly!

Staggered start times: 5:00, 5:30, 6:00 and 6:30 PM
$20; $10 for children 12 and under.
Reservations required. Severe weather date: Sunday, February 26.

Call 603-323-7591 or use Eventbrite to reserve your dinner time.

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CONTRA DANCE

Join us for a traditional New England Contra Dance!
Dance away your cabin fever with this lively event. Held at the Tamworth Town House*—just a few steps from the Museum Center—the dance music will be provided by Brier Hill Band, with Eric Rollnick doing the calling. All ages and abilities are welcome; instructions will be provided at the start of the dance. Come on out to Tamworth Village, it’s sure to be a fun-filled evening!

Learn about contra dancing: General Information | Video

7–9 p.m.
$7; $3 for children 12 and under.
Tickets available at the door. No reservations required.
*Located at 27 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH 03886.

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PROGRESSIVE DINNER & CONTRA DANCE

$25; $12 for children 12 and under.
Reservations required.

Call 603-323-7591 or use Eventbrite to make a reservation.

 

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