December 16th & 17th 4-8PM and December 22nd & 23rd 4-8PM
This holiday season, The William Cullen Bryant Homestead (CUMMINGTON) celebrates an Old Fashioned Christmas and recaptures the charm of a bygone era. Visitors can tour the house’s festively decorated historic rooms, enjoy delicious seasonal treats baked by volunteers and peruse the pop-up holiday gift shop featuring over 14 local artists from the hilltowns, Northern Berkshires and Pioneer Valley. Each weekend features a special holiday craft for kids to make and take home. The Hilltown Chorale Society will entertain guests with carols and songs in the parlor on December 17th at and December 23rd features a reading of Christmas tales, both at 5PM. A lovely way to spend the season with family and friends in the beautiful hilltowns of Western Massachusetts! Travel back in time and experience an old-fashioned Christmas the Bryant Homestead with us! Don’t forget to bring your camera! A special thanks to our volunteer decorators from The Plainfield Historical Society, Worthington Gardeners Club, Whately Grange, Bryant Homestead Volunteer Committee, Kathie Caffrey and Ann Koczela.
Click here to see the listing of events at the Bryant Homestead and Notchview sponsored by The Trustees of Reservations.
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