Hardy, adventurous New Englanders, this event is for you! Enjoy an evening's stroll, admire festively lit barns and buildings, and savor a delicious, warming meal made with locally grown ingredients at our first ever outdoor progressive dinner.
What's an outdoor progressive dinner, served Remick-style?
Each portion of your 6-course meal will be served at a different outdoor location at the museum: you stroll from one location to the next during the course of the evening. Twinkling white lights and luminaries will help guide your way.
Upon arrival, a warming beverage will be served behind the Museum Center. You and the gathered group will then stroll to the Ice House for appetizers. Next, meander over to the Milk House for homemade soup. The Sugar House will be the location for the main course, where you can also enjoy a warming fire. Dessert will be served at the Cattle Barn. Finally, follow the lit path to the Museum Center Barn for a delicious hot beverage and a popcorn treat to take home.
Bring a flashlight and dress warmly! If we experience extreme weather the date of the event, it will be held Sunday, February 26.
Three dinner start times:
5:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. Reservations must be paid in advance by calling 603-323-7591, or purchase tickets now by clicking the Eventbrite ticket link. Don’t delay, this unique evening will be for a limited number of guests.
Our Outdoor Progressive Dinner will be followed by a contra dance. The dance will take place from 7–10 p.m. at the Tamworth Town House, located across the street from the Museum. The dance music will be provided by Brier Hill Band, with Eric Rollnick doing the calling. Join us for both the dinner and the dance, or for either activity. Tickets for the dance only may be purchased at the Tamworth Town House door (no reservations required).
$20 ; $10 for ages 12 and under.
Purchase tickets at the Tamworth Town House door.
$5; $2 for ages 12 and under.
Dinner and Dance
$25; $12 for ages 12 and under.