Join us for a beautiful evening in the gardens of Park-McCullough House. Live music, desserts, silent auction, cash bar, friends and neighbors!
Funds raised from the garden GALA will go directly in to historical preservation, community events and to keep the Park-McCullough House open for visitors.
Tickets are pay-what-you-will.
Tavo Carbone s a musical storyteller hailing from Brooklyn NY. An alum of Bennington College '07, Carbone has spent over a decade touring and independently releasing his "type of subtle glockenspiel-laden old-timey pop that simultaneously makes you feel like you are both in the past and the future." -Lawrence.com, KS"
All Park-McCullough House members are invited to the annual cocktail party and annual meeting. Enjoy a cocktail, served by Thyme Tables catering and learn about how your membership directly benefited Park-McCullough during the 2018 season.
Please RSVP to 802-442-5441 or email@example.com
We invite all the 2018 Park-McCullough docents and volunteers to the annual veranda tea party! Thank you for all of your time and dedication. Please RSVP to 802-442-5441 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall is one of the most beautiful times to visit Vermont! As the leaves start changing so do the garden beds at Park-McCullough House. We are asking for your support in the form of mum donations. These flowers will help extend our season for the community, tourism and weddings.
We will be on the veranda with sweet treats and refreshments from 2pm to 4pm for anyone who stops by with a mum or two.
Mums in all sizes and colors are greatly appreciated.
Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Thanks you in advance for your support!
Interested in garden events? Check out our Annual Garden Gala.
Michael Chinworth is a performing and recording artist based in Vermont and New York. He is originally from Pennsylvania and Indiana, and is an alum of Bennington College. He makes work through a solo practice that can be found in concert venues or in record form and appears on stage in works of vocally-driven experimental opera and theater. His recorded material ranges the spectrum between pop and obscure experimentation and his live performances attempt a engaging synthesis of the two.
Tickets $10 at the door.
Gillian Grogan is a Cambridge based songwriter with a knack for weaving narratives. Her songs are anything but Five Feet Small, wading through salty rhythms of travels past, emerging between the forest flows, the resin of a thoughtful youth.
Waaw offers reprieve from the strobing daily chatter. Vocally guided by a smooth, rich, and sublime meandering melody, Speroni’s voice is a stamp of authenticity.
Join us in the Park-McCullough Carriage Barn for the first concert of the season! Tickets are pay-what-you-will.
Tony Lu was born in Wuhan, China in 1997. He started learning and playing the piano at age 5 and due to his visual impairment, Tony has always learned music by ear. Christopher Lewis has taught and performed throughout the U.S., Italy and British Columbia.