“Give Local”

"Give Local" A 36 Hour Giving Event: May 3-4th


The Silo at Hunt Hill Farm is excited to once again participate in this nonprofit giving event. Hosted by the Connecticut Community Foundation, Give Local Greater Waterbury & Litchfield Hills encourages donors to support the nonprofit organizations that endeavor to make our local communications stronger.

This year, all funds donated to The Silo will support camp scholarships and equipment upgrades for: “KitchEncounters” summer youth camps where kids 5 to 15 explore the food and cultures of countries associated with the unrest or conflict: Iran, Africa China and more,. Help area kids enjoy the unique experience and make life-long memorizes.

On May 3 or 4, please visit The Silo’s Local page to make a gift, https://givelocalccf.org/npo/hunt-hill-farm-trust-inc.

Please visit our Facebook page and VOTE on what menu theme you’d like us to make during a video Facebook post demonstration on May 4th from 12-12:30pm. The Demo will be conducted by Cooking School Director Sandy Daniels. Once all the votes are in,  Sandy will then create a menu just for that day!

Theme choices are:

  A Picnic to go
  Strawberries A-Z
  Salads Galore; breakfast, lunch & dinner





"Susan Gold Purdy - Recent Paintings"


New Milford, CT - Roxbury resident, and well-known cookbook author-illustrator and instructor, Susan Gold Purdy, will exhibit recent paintings beginning on April 16, 2016, in The Silo Gallery at Hunt Hill Farm, 44 Upland Road, New Milford, CT.  The show’s opening will coincide with The Silo Cooking School’s “Cook Like Julia!” weekend of Julia Child inspired classes. The gallery is opened to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 10 – 5 pm; Sunday 12 – 5 pm.

Purdy’s works - in oil, watercolor, and pastel - reflect her interest in food and farmers’ markets as well as the New England landscape and sites she has visited in France, Italy, and Mexico.  Purdy, a prize-winning author of over 30 cookbooks, is also a realtor and respected visual artist who has painted all her life.  Recently she won a prize for her pastel, “Artichokes, Paris Market”, at the Juried Summer Show, Gallery 25 in New Milford.
Purdy studied painting in Paris at the Ecôle des Beaux Arts and Académie de la Grande Chaumière, and in New York with artists Robert Kaupelis, Esteban Vicente, and Anthony Toney, and worked as a textile designer before turning to writing and illustrating. Found in many collections and showing locally, her art celebrates these life-long passions.

Purdy’s art, primarily drawn from nature, represents a search for abstract patterns that lie within the realistic image.  “The vision that catches my eye lies somewhere between the surface of objects and just beneath it, in complex layers of light, color, pattern, and design. I try to use the interplay of movement, line, and hue to create paintings that are abstracted from,but related to, visual reality,” she says. 

“Susan was one of our first cooking school instructors here at The Silo, and she is a wonderful example of how a love of land and food can shape a fascinating life and inspire others. We are thrilled to have her back for this show!” said Marie O’Neill, Co-President of the Hunt Hill Farm Trust Board.

Pouring for a Purpose - Silo’s annual Wine and Beer Event!

Pouring for a Purpose - Silo's annual Wine and Beer Event: Friday, June 24th, 6-9pm






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