Coggeshall Farm Museum is pleased to announce a new take on a time-honored tradition! The newly-branded Harvest-to-Table Fair celebrates what makes Coggeshall's 45th annual Harvest Fair special while bringing awareness to local food producers. Visitors can feast on fresh, local dishes from our East Bay culinary partners!
For 45 years, Coggeshall Farm Museum has drawn visitors from across New England for this major festival. Bring the whole family for a day of good old-fashioned fun. There's something for everyone!
While exploring the offerings of artists and vendors from across the state, visitors are all ages can try their hand at 18th-century games and crafts, enjoy a pony ride, and visit our heirloom sheep on a hayride through the pasture.
Great family-friendly food will be provided by our culinary partners, along with Coggeshall's own jonnycakes!
Whether you're a visitor, a volunteer, or a member, your impact is great. You support our efforts to reach thousands of students in the East Bay and beyond, you enable us to give our animals the medical care and food they need during the winter, and you support the preservation efforts of our historic farmhouse. There is no better way to celebrate you than holding our Harvest Fair year after year, and we thank you!
Craft and Art Vendors
Interested in becoming a vendor? Submit an application to Eleanor Langham at firstname.lastname@example.org. Vendors must be approved by the Harvest-to-Table Fair committee before applications are accepted. Please e-mail Eleanor for more information.
Coggeshall is excited to invite the talented Julio Amaro to the 2018 Harvest-to-Table Fair. Julio's music is an artful, multilingual tapestry that transports his listeners through classical guitar. He plays flamenco, Latin, and world music as sensitively as pop and jazz.
King's Buskateers are making their Harvest-to-Table Fair debut, and Coggeshall is thrilled to host them! This high-octane folk band trio offers hearty, soulful, tunes and ballads, and will delight audiences as living scenery during the Fair.