The Redding Land Trust is excited to be hosting this final event in honor of Redding’s Sestercentennial:
On August 26th, be a part of Redding’s 250th Anniversary Celebration by joining the Redding Land Trust at a gala feast on the historic 300-acre Warrup’s Farm named in honor of Redding’s original, indigenous resident.
Guests will tour this landmark farm estate with signature cocktails and celebrate with a colonial dinner inspired by the natural abundance of the land. Enjoy a unique meal while Manuel Lizarralde, Ph.D, links the menu to 1767. Remarks by Bill Hill and colonial entertainment.
We think a visit to Redding’s colonial past in celebration of its founding, and in support of the Redding Land Trust’s mission, will surely be “a night to remember,” and we recommend reserving seats now.
When: Saturday, August 26th
Rain or shine.
Where: Warrup’s Farm, John Read Road, Redding, CT (enter from route 107)
Cost: $125 per person
Nearly Sold Out! Only 3 seats remain. Please call or text Mary Ann Carman 203-312-4545 or Laurie Heiss 203-940-6644 to make your reservation and to confirm that seats remain available. Payment information will be provided once your reservation is secured.
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