Annual Presentation of Art in the Village.
October 3rd + 4th
October 10th + 11th
10am – 4pm
VICKI BLANCHARD – Pottery
J. ANN ELDRIDGE – Etching
PAULA MORSE – Fiber Arts
FAYE GRAZIANO – Oil Cloth & Laminated Cotton
MARIANNE STILLWAGON – Contemporary/Americana Fine Art
MICHELLE MARSON – Jewelry & Baskets
CANDICE LABREE – Wool Applique
SUE LINDBLOOM – Whimsical Moose & Gnomes
CODY NOWELL – Leather Goods
REID SCHWARTZ – Spoon Carving
Take a scenic drive to the quaint village of Washington, NH. Support local artists displaying and selling their work under tents around the Mill Pond in East Washington Village. Enjoy the fall foliage and meet the artisans during this annual two weekend event. For the health and safety of our community and country, please practice social distancing and wear a mask. Thank you!
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E C C A R D T F A R M A N D S T O R E
Another wonderful point of local interest is Eccardt Farm and Store on East Washington Road just a few miles down from the Historic Purling Beck Grange Hall where four of our artists will be exhibiting. Eccardt Farm is a third generation dairy farm on 450 beautiful, countryside acres. So if you’re in the neighborhood stop by, say hi and shop locally in the farm store! It’s a wonderful family experience!
T H E W A S H I N G T O N H I S T O R I C A L S O C I E T Y
The first organizational meeting for the Washington Historical Society was held October of 1982. The WHS owns and maintains a History Museum on Halfmoon Pond Road in Washington Center, and the District #5 School House on East Washington Road. The restored barn next to the History Museum was done by dedicated hands and hearts and is ‘chocked full’ of antique tools, farming implements and household items from days gone by. It’s a delight to see and remember when our parents, grand parents (and some of us!) used them in daily life. The barn and museum are opened by appointment. 495-3231