Who We Are
The Henderson Cultural Center at Hunt Hill Farm is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the unique history of this farm and the lives of its stewards. We are as devoted to protecting this piece of New England agricultural history - the buildings, the stone walls, the fields - as we are the cultural legacy of Ruth & Skitch Henderson, the founders who have lovingly maintained this site and brought 'new life to old barns.' We continue their traditions of education, conservation, artisanry and excellence in the Cooking School, the Skitch Henderson Museum, the Hunt Hill Farm Land Preserve, the Gallery and the Silo Store.
- The Skitch Henderson Museum - An intimate museum dedicated to the collections of this beloved maestro.
- The Silo Gallery - Established in 1975, the gallery has a long tradition of promoting arts and artisanry regionally and nationally. There are approximately six exhibits per year, and don’t forget the annual 27-foot Christmas tree!
- The Hunt Hill Farm Land Preserve - The Hunt Hill Farm Trust is actively working to preserve approximately 40 acres of farmland and woodland and the ten historic building associated with these classic New England farms.
- The Silo Store and Cooking School - Opened in 1972, the Store carries gourmet food items, gifts, high quality cooking supplies, and educational toys. The Cooking School operates 9 months of the year, offering recreational cooking classes taught by distinguished culinary faculty from around the country. Classes are offered for both the novice and the experienced, children and adults. We also schedule custom classes!
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