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Old Fashioned Fun at French Farm in Greenwich

By Greenwich Historical Society


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COS COB, CT - Round up the kids and grandkids for an afternoon of games, activities, and plein-air painting on Sunday, June 10, 1-4pm.

French Farm is a magical private Greenwich estate with peacocks, farm animals, garden paths and whimsical structures to explore. There will be live music, a farmer's market, food vendors, beer, and lots of fun in store at this four-acre gentleman's farm that is rarely open to the public.

Proceeds support the education and preservation efforts of the Greenwich Historical Society.

Tickets may be purchased at greenwichhistory.org or 203-869-6899 ext. 10.
Many thanks to co-chairs Holly Cassin, Jordan Rhodes and Lauren Stephens and to corporate sponsors VanderHorn Architects and Dudley-Stephens, Betteridge, Val's Wine and Fairfield County Look.


Old Fashioned Fun at French Farm
Sunday, June 10
1-4pm
514 Lake Avenue, Greenwich
$100 per family, $35 adult individual, $25 child (kids under 3 are free)
Tickets available at greenwichhistory.org or 203.869.6899 ext. 10




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