Start with some hors d'oeuvres by the fireplace, as you watch your prime rib roasting on a device dating back to 1700. Take a horse drawn sleigh/wagon ride through the back fields then chase the chill away with some nice, hot, mulled cider or wine. Relax, help make apple pie using an antique apple peeler and corer, or make seafood chowder in an antique iron cauldron right in the fieldstone fireplace. When it's time for dinner, you'll be offered seconds on the fireplace chowder and prime rib, there will be bowls of fresh butternut squash, spinach pie and oven roasted potatoes. Don't fill up on the homemade rolls, even though they are delicious, because you'll want to save some room for the scrumptious deep dish apple pie with fresh whipped cream. We'll toast to the New Year with a glass of champagne and then it's off to the Chestnut Room where a DJ will be playing so you can dance right through the midnight hour! Wear a party hat and use those noisemakers! It's a great way to ring in the New Year! If prime rib doesn't tickle your fancy, salmon will be offered as well. Just order it when you purchase your tickets.
When: Nov 13, 2016 12am to Apr 30, 2017 12am in West Brookfield, MA
A lil shop worth the stop. Dedicated to a simpler time & located in an old farmhouse this shop has the character of an old time country store with handcrafts, imports and cottage industries. Come in and have a cup of coffee or tea and browse a bit.
The Town of West Brookfield Massachusetts was founded in 1848 and is located in Worcester County.
West Brookfield was the birthplace of Lucy Stone who was an anti slavery and woman’s rights activist as well as being the first woman to keep her own name after marriage. Stone died in Dorchester Massachusetts in 1893 her last words were spoken to her daughter were “make the world better”!!