Friday, June 3, 2011

200 Years of Seeds

At one time New England was a major source of seeds for the entire country.  Comstock, Ferré and Co. is part of this amazing legacy and is celebrating it's 200th anniversary this weekend. So if you're looking for something to do on Sunday why not join the fun.

Date: Sunday, June 5th
Time: 10am to 7pm.
Place: 263 Main St., Wethersfield, CT

The festivities will include: Nationally acclaimed authors and speakers, old-fashioned music, re-enactors educating people about life in Colonial New England, cooking demos, food tastings, gardening advice, a small farmer's market, children's activities, plant sale and a whole lot more. The day wraps up with a screening of Queen of The Sun, a documentary film on the honey bee crisis and colony collapse disorder. The film is by the director of The Real Dirt on Farmer John. For the entire schedule of events visit the Comstock, Ferré and Co. website.

Oh and the best part - it's free!
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