Highfield Hall & Gardens to continue our Farm to Table Outdoor Summer Culinary Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: June 30, 2020
CONTACT: Lisa Walker, Co -Executive Director
508-495-1878 ext. 311; lwalker@highfieldhall.org

Highfield Hall & Gardens to continue our Farm to Table Outdoor Summer Culinary Program
Wednesday July 8, 2020

(Falmouth, Massachusetts): Highfield Hall & Gardens is pleased to announce our culinary programs are now happening outdoors on the back porch. Current health concerns are top of mind for all participants, and through this revised program, Highfield is adhering to new safety standards and creating an environment to safely learn and perfect culinary skills.

Highfield Hall’s Culinary Director Gail Blakely reprises her deliciously fresh and locally sourced
“Farm to Table” series, sourced from the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). This coming
week Gail takes her class outdoors for new adventures. Join us as we create delicious dishes
featuring radishes, pesto, garlic scapes, potatoes, marinated chicken thighs with fresh herbs AND — as promised– a fresh ice cream made with seasonal berries.

This class will meet outside with plenty of space for learning. Surrounded by fresh herbs and flowers and beautiful views, participants will enjoy the tranquil surroundings while learning to cook.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
To register, simply click on the button below or call 508-495-1878 ext. 2.
https://highfieldhallandgardens.org/event/farm-to-table-series-week-3-2020/

Gallery Hours
Highfield Hall will follow safety protocols by restricting the number of people in the gallery at one
time.

The Gallery is closed until the reopening of Phase III, please check the Highfield website for further updates.

Highfield Hall & Garden outdoor space remains open from dawn till dusk.

About Highfield Hall & Gardens
The house is a rare surviving example of transitional Stick Style architecture, containing beautiful
gardens located in the heart of Falmouth, Massachusetts. It is a unique combination of a historic
house, expansive gardens and trails, and a vibrant cultural center. Built in 1878 as the summer
home for Boston’s Beebe family, the house sits on 5.5 pristine acres surrounded by nearly 400 acres of conservation land and public walking trails. Highfield Hall & Gardens is not your typical historic estate. It is an example of a historic building saved by grassroots community organizing. An effort of tenacity and vision that continues as new research on the structure and its story of the people who lived here add to the building’s significance. It offers world-class music, international art exhibitions, culinary classes, family programs, and year-round special events. For more
information, visit highfieldhallandgardens.org.

Mission
Highfield Hall & Gardens’ mission is to honor the beauty and historic significance of the house and grounds by providing high-quality artistic, cultural, and educational programs for the enrichment of our community and visitors of all ages.

Author: Katy Acheson

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