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Ellen Carlson & Melissa Caron at Vernon Family Farm

October 14, 2022 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

| $10

Live music with Ellen Carlson & Melissa Caron and farm to table food from Vernon Kitchen.

ABOUT ELLEN CARLSON & MELISSA CARON
Melissa and Ellen are known fiddlers in northern New England. They are members of the Jerks of Grass, High Range, and directors of the NH Fiddle Ensemble. Their new album of an eclectic variety of sung songs and instrumentals got rave reviews in Fiddler Magazine, saying “[This album] is loaded with great musical moments. Each one of the fiddlers is an accomplished musician demonstrating not only extreme discipline in an ensemble but also the ability to take a melody and run with exquisite improvisation. The diversity of the material is stunning.” Songs from Bob Wills, Chuck Berry, and Guy Clark plus fiddling styles. These gals have fun together and it shows!

2022 EVENT DETAILS
We’ve made some changes this season—take note!

TICKETS & SEATING
This year, 1 ticket = 1 person. When purchasing tickets, you will select what area of the farm you’d like to enjoy the show from: Fire Pit, Picnic Table, or Side Field.

Tickets to music are required to join us at the farm on Fridays and Saturdays.

FOOD & DRINK
Our new restaurant Vernon Kitchen is offering a full menu (coming soon!) this year with a variety of options sure to please a diverse community of eaters—kids menu too!

Tickets to events do not include food. You can pre-order your food on event nights, but it is not required.

No outside food or drink.

Organizer

Vernon Family Farm
Phone:
6033404321
Email:
wholesale@vernonfamilyfarm.com
Website:
https://www.vernonfamilyfarm.com/

Venue

Vernon Family Farm
301 Piscassic Road
Newfields, NH 03856 United States
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Phone:
6033404321
Website:
https://www.vernonfamilyfarm.com/

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