Explore Freeport Village by lantern light as we hear stories of Freeport’s unexplained past with our “resident specter” and psychic medium, Eddita Felt. Tours sold out in 2008, so reserve your spot! Tour Dates are October 23rd & 24th and continue October 29th & 30th at 6:00pm and again at 7:00pm. All tours leave from 45 Main Street (Harrington House) Tickets are $10; children under 12 $5. Reservations required. Please call 865-3170 for more information and to reserve your spot.
Sunday’s Presentation will be held at the Hampton Inn Gate House Route One South, Main Street in Freeport at 2pm. For more information or to reserve your space call 207.865.3170.
In September, Gnome Landscapes, Design, and Masonry of Falmouth generously donated two days of work and materials to beautify the area around our newly installed fence.
“The hardworking team from Gnome was truly a pleasure to work with on this project. Our Main Street location can be a challenging public place in which to be undertaking landscaping, but the Gnome team were cordial, worked quickly and gave us a thoughtful and practical landscaping solution,” stated Director, Christina White. “This work complements the handsome new iron and granite fence that graces the front of historic Harrington House on Main Street.”
“Gnome re-graded the front edge of the property, provided sod, and cleaned and mulched along the fence line creating a finished, clean appearance”, remarked Collections Manager, Ned Allen. “It works aesthetically and allows ease of maintenance which is important.”
Earlier in the season, some overgrown and invasive shrubs were removed from the Harrington House courtyard. “Four heirloom variety apple trees were planted—a nod to the apple orchards that once existed on the Harrington’s property.”
With the continuing assistance of Master Gardeners, future work will include thinning and replanting of the flower and herb beds.
Designed and produced by award-winning quilter, Karen McPherson of Karen’s Quilts.
Incorporated into this beautiful and playful quilt are many of the farm animals that were part of life at this historic site, including chickens, cows, cats and horses. Pettengill’s Saltbox home, apple orchards, surrounding forested areas and the snaking Harraseeket River are all depicted. Tickets are $3.00 each or 2 for $5.00. Drawing takes place on Oct 4th at Pettengill Farm Day (You need not be present to win)
Particulars: Oversized Twin Care: Machine Washable (wash with a Shout Color Catcher sheet first wash) Cool Dryer