Annual Meeting followed by Music & Merriment in the Tavern!
Date: Saturday, October 1st
Time: 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: Jones Tavern - 128 Main St. Acton, MA
Our bill of fare will include porters, ales, ciders, plus scrumptious tidbits and other libations. Musical accompaniment is provided courtesy of The Butler Frogs. Wine will be served in the upstairs Art Out gallery - featuring work by local artists and artisans.
We're set to brew our artisinal beer...watch our Facebook page for info on how you can help out.
Join us as the Acton Minutemen call the meeting to order with a booming salute. Help preserve the 1707 Faulkner Homestead, 1732 Jones Tavern and the history that made Acton great.
Admission $25.00 - for adults over 21, includes 3 drink tickets. Order online in advance and pick up your tickets at the will-call section of the admission table.
Admission for attendees under 21, and children is FREE.
We thank all of our sponsors for helping make this annual event a success!
Come enjoy artwork by local artists. This year we're inspired by routes old and new; taken by foot, and with wheels.
First viewing is Oct 1st at Iron Work Farm's Open Tap Room.
Viewing continues with Acton Open Studios on Oct 15th and 16th.
Stop by and support artisans living and working in Acton.
We're excited by our new partnership with the Nashoba Valley Weavers' Guild. Guild members have spent many hours getting the barn-frame loom back into working order. They have demonstrated traditional fabric making at three open houses, and we're hoping the loom will be ready for demonstrations this fall.
Come by Iron Work Farm's two remaining Open Houses to check it out!
* Faulkner Homestead, 5 High Street, and Jones Tavern, at 128 Main Street, will be open to the public on Sunday, September 25, 3-5:00 p.m.
* For the last Open House of the year, we will switch from our usual "4th Sunday" schedule to the third Sunday, October 16, to coincide with Acton Open Studios Weekend.
Iron Work Farm owns the 1707 Faulkner Homestead and 1732 Jones Tavern in South Acton. We serve as the stewards of these precious tangible assets to the historic past. Our mission is to protect, educate and promote historical preservation and the study of South Acton.