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FREE SUMMER CONCERTS 2014

SUMMER SOLSTICE CONCERT and
STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE!
Saturday, June 21, 2014 at Noon

Picadilly Farm, 253 Parrish Road,
Winchester, NH 03470

Child Eating Strawberry Shortcake at PicadillyFrom Jenny Wooster at Picadilly Farm:

“Come join us to celebrate summer and the start of the harvest! Picadilly Farm is an easy drive out Route 2, and this concert is a great moment to visit, whether you come out every summer or haven't been here yet. The splendid Family Folk Chorale will sing heartwarming songs for us, outside in the sunny barnyard. The Family Folk Chorale is an Arlington-based, multi generational group of many voices and instruments, offering spirited songs about loving life here in the moment. 

We'll have hay rides, farm tours and opportunities for Pick Your Own in the morning. During the concert, relax on the grass and let us serve you homemade shortcake with our organic strawberries and locally-made ice cream. Gluten free and dairy free options too. This event is free and open to the public, friends and neighbors are welcome. We'd love to see you here at the farm!”

Directions to the Farm
From Route 2 heading west: in Erving, MA, take a right on Church Street, just past the fire station. Go up and over the mountain, into Northfield. At the stop sign, take a right onto Route 63/Route 10. When the roads split, turn left onto Route 63. After a mile or so (and over the state line), take the second right onto South Parrish Rd. The farm is third on the right, with two greenhouses, big red barns and a white house. About 20 minutes driving time.

From Route 91 heading north: take exit 28A to Northfield, MA on Route 10. At the flashing red light, turn left to continue on Route 63/Route 10. Pass through Northfield. When the roads split, turn left onto Route 63. After a mile or so (and over the state line), take the second right onto South Parrish Rd. The farm is third on the right, with two greenhouses, big red barns and a white house. About 20 minutes driving time.

See more at: http://picadillyfarm.com/about/directions/