This holiday season, The Silo wants to support and share the stories and fine work of the great makers in our area. The Silo has found artisans whose work aligns with our mission, which is “To Cultivate Love of Land, Food and the Arts.”
Open to the Public.
November 28th:10-5 Saturday
November 29th: 10-4 Sunday
Anne McClelland from “The First Bite Catering” company will be here on November 28th, from 10-4pm, sampling some goodies.
Chat with us about our catering and personal chef services while sampling tasty foods! Sweet & Spicy pecans available for purchase!
Vendors that will be Exhibiting:
Lorenzo Studios, exhibiting exquisite blown glass pieces created by the late Larry Livosli
Shaari Horowitz, exhibiting gorgeous painted wooden bowls, jewelry and fine art
Barbara Clark, exhibiting an eclectic variety of crafts, from candles to blankets, wreaths and more
Alison Palmer, exhibiting expertly crafted pieces of pottery, with both functional and decorative pieces
La Troisieme Fille, exhibiting up cycled and “re-birthed” jewelry made by Susan Mullins, perfect for that stylish and unique gift
Sergio Wood Turning, exhibiting hand-turned wooden masterpieces, from vases to salad bowls and salt and pepper shakers and more
Tina’s Baskets, exhibiting a variety of woven delights using her “dimensional weaving method,” from baskets to bowls to wall-hangings and more
Sue Healy, exhibiting her book “24 Crows and the Walking Tree” as well as note cards featuring the beautiful hand painted illustrations from the book
Surrounded by hundreds of acres of open space, and active farmland, stonewalls, and woodlands, Hunt Hill Farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places is conveniently located – just 90 minutes from New York City and a short drive from Fairfield and Hartford counties.
Have Your Next Event at The Silo
Perfect for Weddings, Showers, Rehearsal Dinners, Holiday Parties, Meetings and Retreats, Team Building, Private Cooking Classes, Reunions, and all Celebratory Occasions!
Hunt Hill Farm Trust is proud to be an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
“How We Got Here”
An excerpt from the introduction to Ruth & Skitch Henderson's Seasons in the Country, 1990.
We did not go looking for Hunt Hill Farm. It looked for us. In 1967 we were both immersed in a busy urban life. Skitch, as Musical Director of NBC, appeared nightly on the Tonight Show, which taped in New York in those days. Ruth was chairwoman of Friends of City Center and an active fund-raiser and drum-beater for the arts. We had just opened a restaurant, Daly's Dandelion...
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