BILLINGS FARM & MUseum
Tickets for this show will go off sale through Flynntix at 3pm on Friday 8/5. Remaining tickets (if any) will be available for purchase at the door the day of the show.
Event Date: Saturday August 6th, 2016.
Event Time: Doors open at 5:30pm, Show starts at 6:30pm
A string sextet will play live Vivaldi for this performance.
Entry to Billings Farm and tours will begin at 5:30pm.
The performance takes place at Billings Farm & Museum, the only outdoor museum in the nation that successfully combines a fully-operational dairy farm with a dynamic museum of public education and engagement. Billings Farm offers diverse, interactive programs and events that focus on the life, work, and culture of Vermont’s 19th century farm families, as well as showcasing the progressive improvements advanced by Frederick Billings on his farm and in the forest during the late 19th century. For an hour before the performance begins, ballet performance guests are invited to visit the livestock barns - home to the nation's oldest registered herd of Jerseys - visit the Southdown sheep and draft horses in the pastures, and tour the restored and furnished 1890 farmhouse.
Food: The Billings Farm & Museum dairy bar will offer lighter fare: dinner baskets with Billings Farm cheeses and crackers; several hot items; Vermont ice cream; and a mix of hot and cold beverages. Proceeds from this event will support educational programming at Billings Farm & Museum.
Seating: Please being chairs and blankets to sit on.
Rain Plan: The show will go on, rain or shine!
Ticket Options: Tickets can also be purchased at Billings Farm and Museum at the admissions desk in the Visitor Center directly or call the farm and they can send through the mail: (802) 457-2355
Billings Farm & Museum
Route 12 & River Road
PO Box 489
Woodstock, VT 05091-0489
T: 802.457.2355 F: 802.457.4663
gpsaddress: 69 Old River Road
gpscoord: 43.63152, -72.51588
From NH and MA93 North to 89 North into Vermont. Take Exit 1 Woodstock/Quechee. Turn left onto Rte 4 and follow for approx. 10 miles into Woodstock. Follow signs to Rte 12 North. Turn right onto Rte 12 and travel 1/2 mile out of town. Bear right onto River Road for main entrance.
From the WestRt. 4 East from Rutland. Follow signs to Rte 12 North in the village of Woodstock. Turn left onto Rte 12 and travel 1/2 mile out of town. Bear right onto River Road for main entrance.
From the North89 South to exit 3 Bethel. Turn right onto Rte 107 West; follow for 3 miles, bearing left at the junction of Rte 107 and Rte 12. Continue for 2 miles and turn left onto Rte 12 South. Travel 15 miles to Woodstock. Turn left at the fork onto River Road for main entrance.
From the South91 North to exit 9 Hartland. Follow Rte 12 North. Turn left on Rte 4 West. Travel 4 miles into Woodstock. Follow signs to Rte 12 North. Turn right onto Rte 12 and travel 1/2 mile out of town. Bear right onto River Road for main entrance.
About BILLINGS Farm & MUseum
Billings Farm & Museum features one of the finest operating Jersey dairy farms in America, continuing a long-standing tradition of agricultural excellence. As Vermont’s premier gateway for interpreting its rural culture and agrarian heritage, Billings Farm offers diverse, interactive programs that focus on rural life, work, and land stewardship as reflected in the traditions and values of 19th-century farm families and as revealed in Vermont’s rural history. Billings Farm was established by Frederick Billings in 1871. Today, Billings Farm & Museum is owned and operated by the Woodstock Foundation, a charitable non-profit institution founded by Billings’ granddaughter, Mary French Rockefeller and her husband, conservationist Laurance Spelman Rockefeller.
(802) 457-2355 www.billingsfarm.org
(802) 457-2355 www.billingsfarm.org