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The holiday season arrives at the farm!

As of Wednesday, July 1, 2020, we are open and operating under museum guidelines provided by the governor of the State of New Hampshire, made necessary by the COVID-19 outbreak. As a result, all programming and events are on hold until further notice. If we are able to resume a more typical schedule, this annual event will take place.

A DOWN-HOME FAMILY EVENT

Farmstead Christmas

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2020 | 11AM–3PM

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There’s gnome place like farmstead for the holidays!
Join us for a holiday event that’s trimmed with tasty traditions, whimsical touches, and the simple delights of a historic farmstead.

The sample activities listed here are from our 2019 event.

  • Uncover the mystery of the Remick gnomes ~ Learn about their discovery, favorite treat (try it, too!), where they sleep and more | Click here to read about our discovery of the Remick gnomes and share the story with your loved ones
  • Explore the museum during “Gnome on the Roam,” a fun-for-all scavenger hunt ~ Complete your roam to receive a candy cane
  • Visit Doc and Marion Remick’s apartment ~ Enjoy vintage food samples, music and a 1950’s-style Christmas tree
  • Learn about Christmas trends and traditions in America in the years after World War II
  • Help decorate the Cattle Barn Christmas Tree
  • Meet and greet our baby calves and all of the farm animals in their seasonal settings
  • Take part in animal storytime by reading to the calves
  • Go on a Candy Cane Express shuttle ride (weather/conditions permitting)
  • Sip a cup of hot cocoa
  • Imagine yourself living on a farm made of gingerbread ~ Our handmade version will get you started
  • Warm up near the open hearth in the Museum Center ~ Watch a cooking demo and sample a roasted-chestnut spread
  • Sample and learn about wintertime elixirs at the Apothecary
  • Get crafty with hands-on holiday craft for children of all ages
  • Feed the birds ~ Our Hillsdale 4-H Dairy Club will assist you in making a natural pinecone bird feeder to take home or leave for the farm’s wild birds
  • Decorate and eat a Remick-made sugar cookie ~ Take home the cookie recipe from our Remick Made Cookbook
  • Stroll the farm grounds and walk the Binsack Trail (trail open if conditions permit)
  • Shop in the Museum Store: Gnomes, Remick items, meats, gift memberships and more

Cost: $5, FREE for ages 4 & under
Helpful tips about parking and other information for your visit. Food and gift items are available while supplies last.


Beautiful! ~ The Zinser Family, South Berwick, ME
 

   


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