Halloween Party

happy_haloween_2015-800pxSaturday, October 29 from noon – 4PM – Join us for a fun afternoon of pumpkin face-painting, treats, and Halloween stories. The event is free. We’ll have a limited number of pumpkins that you’ll be able to decorate and take home. Call 612-798-6140 with questions.

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Newsletter and Fall Calendar Released

Our fall newsletter and events calendar has just been published. Take a look!

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This Old House Tour

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Bartholomew House Tour & Discussion
This Old Bartholomew House, Tour 1
Tuesday, September 13
7PM – 8:30PM
FREE

Join John Bjostad and Ruthann Clay to explore This Old (Bartholomew) House. Now that our Historic Structure Report is done, we think you will enjoy learning about the house. We will go through the construction of the farm house and discover which part of the house came first. It is an interesting report, and we know you will enjoy the story.

6901 Lyndale Ave S
Richfield, MN 55423
612-798-6140

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Katy Vernon Trio Returns to the Back Porch

Katy plays on Prairie Home Companion

Katy plays on Prairie Home Companion

Katy Vernon Trio

BACK PORCH AT THE BART CONCERT SERIES
Wednesday, August 17th at 7 pm, 6901 Lyndale Avenue, FREE
Come enjoy an outdoor concert at the back yard of the historic Bartholomew House! Bring a chair or blanket and relax to the music of Katy Vernon, our guest musician. The event is free, but tips and donations are encouraged!

Katy Vernon is a Minneapolis / St. Paul based singer songwriter. She grew up in London, England and has been writing and singing as long as she can remember. It’s been the way she can get out some pretty serious personal notes about the loss of both her mother and father when she was a child.

In 2010 Katy picked up a ukulele and this led to a whole new direction for her writing and performing. This was a turning point after a lengthy break from performing while she started a family. It was also the beginning of her embrace of taking the central role in a band as more than a vocalist. Learning how to play a new instrument and performing solo re-charged her in every way.

Katy’s heartfelt lyrics add a weight and poignancy to this happy little instrument. “I’m a singer of sad songs on a happy instrument.” Learn more about her at http://katyvernon.com/

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