Sept to Dec 2022 Museum Events

We look forward to seeing you “down on the Farm.”

Upcoming Events at The Dudley Farm

The Dudley Farm Museum continues to plan events of interest to our members.  For updates, please check our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/dudleyfarmmuseum) and our website (https://dudleyfarm.com/).

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Show – Saturday October 8th

Antique Farm Equipment Show

Saturday October 8, 2022

9:30 A.M. to ??? P.M.

No charge for looking, exhibiting or telling tall tales!

Free Parking, Food Available, Donations Welcomed.

2351 Durham Rd., NE Corner of Rte. 77 and Rte. 80

Guilford, Ct. 06437. (203) 457-0770

www.dudleyfarm.com

The Dudley Farm Tag Sale Returns!

SUN.  OCT 9th

                10 AM – 2:00 PM

         RAIN DATE:  October 16th

$ 20.00 PER SPACE

CALL:   203-457-0770 or 203-457-0047

Have stuff to sell? Or looking to find a special treasure? This will be the place to be.

 

Annual Meeting: October 20

  While dressing in actual vintage and authentically reproduced undergarments, clothing and accessories, Kandie Carle adds humor, history and intriguing anecdotes about fashion, home life and etiquette of men and women. Join us for this entertaining presentation at our Annual Meeting and Pot Luck

 

Harvest Day at The Dudley Farm

October 22

Demonstrations & Hands-On Activities

Farmers’ Market        Farmhouse Tours

Quinnipiac Dawnland Museum Tours

Children’s Activities  

Sauerkraut Making   

FREE ADMISSION –

Please Bring a Donation for Guilford Food Bank

 

December finds us getting ready for the holidays with our Open House and Market during the first three weekends in December. Specialty items from our vendors will be sold in and around our Munger Barn, while on Saturday, December 3rd, the Farmhouse will be decorated for the season and refreshments served.

 

New Exhibit in the Granary opens October 22, Harvest Day 

This project was made possible though Museum Makeover, a program of Conservation ConneCTion and the Connecticut League of History Organizations with a grant from the CT Cultural Fund, administered by CT Humanities. Learn how the “food pantry for the animals” stored the food needed for all the Dudley Farm animals.

 

 

 

 

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There’s always something happening at The Dudley Farm.  Keep up to date by checking our website and Facebook page .   

 

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And of course, updated information will also be available through Dudley Farm Doings.

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Looking for an outside activity for yourself, friends, or family?

Why not take a self-guided tour of The Dudley Farm grounds.  Select an area of interest to visit or start in the beginning and spend 30-40 minutes exploring all we have to offer. The walking tour guide and associated aerial map are available here:

You are welcomed to call to arrange for a personal tour of our Farmhouse and learn more about the people who lived here.   We always enjoy having visitors “down on the Farm.”

 

 

 

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All Events are Subject to Cancellation