Free Hay Day at Hill-Stead
Hay Rides, Sheep, & Face Painting!
Celebrate the fall season at Hill-Stead Museum’s annual Hay Day. Rain or shine.
- Hitch a ride on a horse-drawn hay wagon through the brilliant autumn colors
- Create seasonal crafts
- Have your face painted
- Treasure hunt in a haystack
- Visit the sheep from our friends at Clatter Ridge Farm
- Tap your toes to traditional tunes
- Enjoy food and drink from the gourmet food trucks
- Stroll through Hill-Stead’s meadows and trails.
Admission to Hay Day is FREE; program and material fees for individual activities require nominally-priced tickets (sold at the door)
Regular Hill-Stead admission rates apply to self-guided house tours.
Center for Contemporary Printmaking Workshops
CCP in Norwalk, CT, offers workshops year round in many printmaking disciplines, structured for beginning, intermediate, and advanced artists. Most workshops are structured for artists of all levels.
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