“A Taste of Rollinsford” at the Wentworth House
Come celebrate Rollinsford’s locally-made food products and dive into its history at “A Taste of Rollinsford” at the Colonel Paul Wentworth House on Thursday evening, June 13 from 7 to 9 pm. The program is being presented in conjunction with the annual meeting of the nonprofit Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH).
Guests will be able to sample offerings from such local food purveyors as North Country Hard Cider, the Black Bean Café, Brandmoore Farm, and The Flour Girl, and compare honey produced by several local beekeepers. In addition, they can explore Rollinsford’s agricultural and industrial history through the current exhibit, “Mill and Farm: The Two Faces of a New England Town.” The event is open to all ARCH members. New members are welcome; guests will be able to join or renew their memberships at the door.
The Colonel Paul Wentworth House is located on Water Street in Rollinsford, NH and is maintained by ARCH as an educational and cultural center for Rollinsford and the surrounding community. For more information about this and other programs at the Wentworth House, email ARCH at email@example.com.