History & Harvest Celebration

Sunday, October 15
Noon – 4:00 p.m.
Rain date, Sunday, October 22

Celebrate the season with good old-fashioned autumn food and fun! Enjoy games, the Great Apple Hunt, sack races, seasonal delights and music by the Soulfege A Cappella choir. Delve into the history of this century-old estate. Decorate a pumpkin or participate in the scarecrow contest*. Pony rides, face-painting and more!
$20 per family by October 14 includes 5 activity tickets on the day
$25 per family at the door. Adults: $10 Children: $5 Children under 12: Free
*Enter by October 1 – email smurphy@greenwoodgardens.org for contest form.

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Cooking with Rachel Weston: Preserve the Season

Tuesday, October 17
10:00 a.m. – Noon

Food preservation is an age-old way of making the most of produce when it is in season. The class includes an overview of canning, freezing, pickling, dehydrating and lacto-fermenting techniques and the equipment needed to get started. There will be a tasting of locally produced specialty food products. Presented by Rachel Weston, renowned chef, culinary educator, and author. Part 3 of a series of 3 workshops.
Click on the links below to learn about and register for the other two:
Farmers Market Finds, Tuesday, October 3
The Iconic Jersey Tomato, Tuesday, October 10
Register for one or all three workshops in this series.
Series of 3 workshops: $50 members; $70 non-members
Individual workshop: $20 members; $30 non-members

Click here to register for one or all 3 workshops:
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Haunted Greenwood with founder Peter P. Blanchard III

Sunday, October 29

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Come spook and be spooked; learn about Greenwood’s own peculiar stories of possible hauntings; bring readings and/or personal stories to share. We’ll walk around in the semi-dark and then gather in a “suspected” haunted house – the 1925 Cottage! $10 members; $15 non-members. Registration required.

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