Street Soul Urban Art Fest
Jul
20
12:00 PM12:00

Street Soul Urban Art Fest

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The official Launch Party and Fundraiser for the Street Soul Music series! Select musicians, singers and urban artists will collaborate and showcase their art live on Mount Vernon St from 12-8pm. Notch Mobile Biergarten will be pouring session ales and lagers alongside local food trucks.

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Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at deCordova Sculpture Park
Jul
20
5:00 PM17:00

Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at deCordova Sculpture Park

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Imagine a 100-foot-tall mirrored hot air balloon floating over our inspiring landscapes reflecting and illuminating the world in new and unexpected ways. Its appearances initiate live events—happenings that are each unique gatherings of brilliant minds and groundbreaking artists. Exhilarating music, intriguing conversations, plus food and drink, mean fun for all ages. Come experience artist Doug Aitken’s incomparable vision, the once-in-a-lifetime wonder called New Horizon.

This ticketed deCordova event will feature music from Julie Byrne, Julianna Barwick, and Mary Lattimore with a dialogue focused on The Future of Information. Book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-horizon-happening-the-future-of-information-with-julie-byrne-julianna-barwick-mary-lattimore-tickets-60910933241

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is located on the former estate of Julian and Elizabeth “Lizzie” de Cordova (1851-1945). Today, the Sculpture Park encompasses 30 acres of beautiful rolling woodlands and lawns, and is the largest park of its kind in New England. The Sculpture Park provides a constantly changing landscape of large-scale, outdoor, modern and contemporary sculpture and site-specific installations. The Park hosts more than 60 works, the majority of which are on loan to the Museum. 

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at Castle Hill
Jul
21
6:00 PM18:00

Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at Castle Hill

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Our collaborative biergarten event series with The Trustees makes the second of four Sunday stops at one of the most picturesque sites in the Trustees care- Castle Hill at Crane Estate, in Ipswich, MA.

Imagine a 100-foot-tall mirrored hot air balloon floating over our inspiring landscapes reflecting and illuminating the world in new and unexpected ways. Its appearances initiate live events—happenings that are each unique gatherings of brilliant minds and groundbreaking artists. Exhilarating music, intriguing conversations, plus food and drink, mean fun for all ages. Come experience artist Doug Aitken’s incomparable vision, the once-in-a-lifetime wonder called New Horizon.

The “Happening” at this event will focus on The Future of Identity with a conversation featuring David Edwards and Katie Rae. There will also be live music on the Grand Allee- you won’t want to miss this! Buy your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-horizon-happening-the-future-of-identity-with-david-edwards-katie-rae-tba-tickets-60911088706

About Castle Hill on Crane Estate: Plumbing magnate Richard Crane's 59-room, Stuart-style mansion, breathtaking gardens, lawns and views of the sea also provides a home to a wide variety of wildlife. The property is also home to The Inn at Castle Hill, and Crane Beach, a popular destination for beachgoers. While the details are too vast to recount here, we can assure you that you’ll be glad you came out to enjoy session beer in a truly picturesque setting.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at Castle Hill
Jul
22
6:00 PM18:00

Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at Castle Hill

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Imagine a 100-foot-tall mirrored hot air balloon floating over our inspiring landscapes reflecting and illuminating the world in new and unexpected ways. Its appearances initiate live events—happenings that are each unique gatherings of brilliant minds and groundbreaking artists. Exhilarating music, intriguing conversations, plus food and drink, mean fun for all ages. Come experience artist Doug Aitken’s incomparable vision, the once-in-a-lifetime wonder called New Horizon.

The “Happening” at this event will focus on The Future of Identity with a conversation featuring Dean Kuiper and Laura Kranz with live music from Jonsi (of Sigur Ros) and Juliana Barwick. There will also be live music on the Grand Allee- you won’t want to miss this! Buy your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-horizon-happening-the-future-of-identity-with-david-edwards-katie-rae-tba-tickets-60911088706

About Castle Hill on Crane Estate: Plumbing magnate Richard Crane's 59-room, Stuart-style mansion, breathtaking gardens, lawns and views of the sea also provides a home to a wide variety of wildlife. The property is also home to The Inn at Castle Hill, and Crane Beach, a popular destination for beachgoers. While the details are too vast to recount here, we can assure you that you’ll be glad you came out to enjoy session beer in a truly picturesque setting.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at the Field Farm
Jul
25
6:00 PM18:00

Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at the Field Farm

Imagine a 100-foot-tall mirrored hot air balloon floating over our inspiring landscapes reflecting and illuminating the world in new and unexpected ways. Its appearances initiate live events—happenings that are each unique gatherings of brilliant minds and groundbreaking artists. Exhilarating music, intriguing conversations, plus food and drink, mean fun for all ages. Come experience artist Doug Aitken’s incomparable vision, the once-in-a-lifetime wonder called New Horizon.

This ticketed event engages with The Future of Culture and features a dialogue with Doug Aitken himself and Pedro Alonzo and music from Destroyer and No Age. Buy your tickets here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-horizon-happening-the-future-of-culture-with-destroyer-no-age-tickets-60911149889.

About Field Farm: The northern Berkshires provide a perfect natural backdrop to the pair of Modernist homes that are the showpieces of this singular property. Surrounding the two architectural gems (one is now a bed-and-breakfast and one is open for guided tours) are more than 300 acres of open fields, woods and wetlands, through which four miles of footpaths meander.

The two houses here are terrific illustrations of trends in post-World War II architecture.  Featuring an unparalleled view of Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts' highest peak, Field Farm is a refreshing change from your usual bed & breakfast. Edwin Goodell, Jr. designed the 1948 Bauhaus-inspired house for Lawrence and Eleanor Bloedel, avid modern art and furniture collectors of the time. Modern artwork adorns the interiors, and the surrounding landscaped gardens boast thirteen sculptures, including works by Richard M. Miller and Herbert Ferber. The house itself is almost a museum of modern furnishings, featuring reproduced Eileen Gray tables and George Nelson saucer pendant lamps in the Master bedroom, and a Noguchi coffee table, Kagan sofas, and a reproduction Eames chair in the living room.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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JAWS at Woodman's Salt Marsh Tent
Jul
31
4:00 PM16:00

JAWS at Woodman's Salt Marsh Tent

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Join us at Woodman’s of Essex for Movies on the Marsh! The series kicks off with the original blockbuster, JAWS!!! Notch and Woodman’s are partnering with Cape Ann Cinema to bring you some Wednesday movies to enjoy with fried seafood an Notch beer.

The film starts at 8pm and admission is $5 per person, $10 per family. Bring your blankets and chairs since picnic table space is limited. There will be some concessions available in addition to beer at our bar.

As with all Woodman’s events, all you need to do is bring your seafood outside to the Salt Marsh Tent and enjoy the welcoming space of Notch’s Biergarten.

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Goonies at Woodman's Salt Marsh Tent
Aug
7
4:00 PM16:00

Goonies at Woodman's Salt Marsh Tent

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Join us at Woodman’s of Essex for Movies on the Marsh! Our second installment will appeal to nearly everyone under the sun- the classic adventure film GOONIES! Notch and Woodman’s are partnering with Cape Ann Cinema to bring you some Wednesday movies to enjoy with fried seafood an Notch beer.

The film starts at 8pm and admission is $5 per person, $10 per family. Bring your blankets and chairs since picnic table space is limited. There will be some concessions available in addition to beer at our bar.

As with all Woodman’s events, all you need to do is bring your seafood outside to the Salt Marsh Tent and enjoy the welcoming space of Notch’s Biergarten.

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Castle Hill at Crane Estate Traveling Biergarten
Aug
11
2:00 PM14:00

Castle Hill at Crane Estate Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Our collaborative biergarten event series with The Trustees makes the third of four Sunday stops at one of the most picturesque sites in the Trustees care- Castle Hill at Crane Estate, in Ipswich, MA.

Join us at Castle Hill for a summery Sunday afternoon biergarten with views of the ocean off of our Grand Allee! Enjoy an afternoon picnic and family friendly activities, and session beer served in traditional half-liter mugs.

The Great House will be open from 10 AM to 7 PM for house tours (additional ticket fee applies) and our Grab-and-Go cafe will be open during that time if you would like to purchase a picnic on-site. A food truck will also be available as a dining option.

About Castle Hill on Crane Estate: Plumbing magnate Richard Crane's 59-room, Stuart-style mansion, breathtaking gardens, lawns and views of the sea also provides a home to a wide variety of wildlife. The property is also home to The Inn at Castle Hill, and Crane Beach, a popular destination for beachgoers. While the details are too vast to recount here, we can assure you that you’ll be glad you came out to enjoy session beer in a truly picturesque setting.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Captain Marvel at Woodman's Salt Marsh Tent
Aug
14
4:00 PM16:00

Captain Marvel at Woodman's Salt Marsh Tent

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Join us at Woodman’s of Essex for Movies on the Marsh! The series wraps up with one of the biggest movies of all time- CAPTAIN MARVEL!! Notch and Woodman’s are partnering with Cape Ann Cinema to bring you some Wednesday movies to enjoy with fried seafood an Notch beer.

The film starts at 8pm and admission is $5 per person, $10 per family. Bring your blankets and chairs since picnic table space is limited. There will be some concessions available in addition to beer at our bar.

As with all Woodman’s events, all you need to do is bring your seafood outside to the Salt Marsh Tent and enjoy the welcoming space of Notch’s Biergarten.

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Bird Park Traveling Biergarten
Aug
17
2:00 PM14:00

Bird Park Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Join us at a rare "in-town" experience at Walpole's Bird Park!

About Bird Park: Created in 1925 as an idyllic public space for the town's factory community, Bird Park continues that mission in the 21st century, with popular walking spaces, water elements and plenty of space for active play, including basketball and tennis courts. 

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

 

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Bird Park Traveling Biergarten
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Bird Park Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Join us at a rare "in-town" experience at Walpole's Bird Park!

About Bird Park: Created in 1925 as an idyllic public space for the town's factory community, Bird Park continues that mission in the 21st century, with popular walking spaces, water elements and plenty of space for active play, including basketball and tennis courts. 

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

 

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
Sep
12
4:00 PM16:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for Oktoberfesten-festing!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 4-9 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter mugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
Sep
13
4:00 PM16:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for Oktoberfesten-festing!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 4-9 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter steins and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Oktoberfest!
Sep
14
12:00 PM12:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Oktoberfest!

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for Oktoberfesten-festing!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 12-7 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter mugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
Sep
15
1:00 PM13:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for Oktoberfesten-festing!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 1-6 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter mugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Minton Stable Community Garden
Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

Minton Stable Community Garden

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Throughout the year, we’ve partnered with The Trustees to bring our Mobile Biergarten to some of New England’s most beautiful locations. This weekend, we’re so pleased to help celebrate another of the Trustees lovely features: its network of Boston community gardens. We will be pouring our session beers alongside buzzing and vibrant plots of vegetables and flowers, all grown by local residents of the Stonybrook community in Jamaica Plain.

About the Trustees Community Gardens: Urban green space across Massachusetts – and across the country – is disappearing, and that makes safeguarding the open space we already have critical to the health and well being of our city neighborhoods.

Our 56 community gardens —totaling 15 acres across eight Boston neighborhoods—are tended and cared for by local residents. These oases of green are sources of neighborhood pride that connect people and place. They turn neighbors into friends, strengthen family bonds and traditions, and inspire joy in the shared work of growing fresh, healthy, and delicious food.

From Roxbury to the South End, Dorchester to Back Bay, every one of our community gardens is unique. A garden may be a group of individual plots or common areas cared for by small groups. It may be a vegetable garden or a pocket park. But what every garden shares is passionate people working together to create a thriving neighborhood asset that benefits everyone in the community.

What’s more, our gardens provide healthy sustenance to the families and individuals who tend them, producing an annual crop valued at approximately $650,000 each year.

Our role as caretaker of Boston’s green spaces doesn’t stop with our own gardens, though. We help to coordinate activities related to all of the city’s 176 community gardens, touching more than 15,000 individuals and families.

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Minton Stable Community Garden
Sep
21
1:00 PM13:00

Minton Stable Community Garden

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Throughout the year, we’ve partnered with The Trustees to bring our Mobile Biergarten to some of New England’s most beautiful locations. This weekend, we’re so pleased to help celebrate another of the Trustees lovely features: its network of Boston community gardens. We will be pouring our session beers alongside buzzing and vibrant plots of vegetables and flowers, all grown by local residents of the Stonybrook community in Jamaica Plain.

About the Trustees Community Gardens: Urban green space across Massachusetts – and across the country – is disappearing, and that makes safeguarding the open space we already have critical to the health and well being of our city neighborhoods.

Our 56 community gardens —totaling 15 acres across eight Boston neighborhoods—are tended and cared for by local residents. These oases of green are sources of neighborhood pride that connect people and place. They turn neighbors into friends, strengthen family bonds and traditions, and inspire joy in the shared work of growing fresh, healthy, and delicious food.

From Roxbury to the South End, Dorchester to Back Bay, every one of our community gardens is unique. A garden may be a group of individual plots or common areas cared for by small groups. It may be a vegetable garden or a pocket park. But what every garden shares is passionate people working together to create a thriving neighborhood asset that benefits everyone in the community.

What’s more, our gardens provide healthy sustenance to the families and individuals who tend them, producing an annual crop valued at approximately $650,000 each year.

Our role as caretaker of Boston’s green spaces doesn’t stop with our own gardens, though. We help to coordinate activities related to all of the city’s 176 community gardens, touching more than 15,000 individuals and families.

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Dumpling Festival- Central Square
Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

Dumpling Festival- Central Square

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Join us Sunday September 22nd for Dumpling Festival! In honor of Joyce Chen, 15 local restaurants and food trucks will be cooking up mouth-watering variations of dumplings. Joyce Chen was credited with popularizing northern-style Chinese cuisine in the United States, coining the name "Peking Raviolis" for potstickers, inventing and holding the patent to the flat bottom wok with handle (also known as a stir fry pan), and developing the first line of bottled Chinese stir fry sauces for the US market. 

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Salem Food Truck Festival
Sep
28
11:00 AM11:00

Salem Food Truck Festival

The 4th annual Salem Food Truck Festival is featuring local beer in 2019! Notch is proud to host the biergarten at this year's festival which features 45 of the area's top food trucks!

Held at the Salem Common in historic downtown Salem, Ma, this family-friendly festival offers live music and as much delicious as you want! 

We'll be selling half liters of our favorite session beers and the bar will accept cash or card. 

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Salem Food Truck Festival
Sep
29
11:00 AM11:00

Salem Food Truck Festival

The 4th annual Salem Food Truck Festival is featuring local beer in 2019! Notch is proud to host the biergarten at this year's festival which features 45 of the area's top food trucks!

Held at the Salem Common in historic downtown Salem, Ma, this family-friendly festival offers live music and as much delicious as you want! 

We'll be selling half liters of our favorite session beers and the bar will accept cash or card. 

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Castle Hill at Crane Estate Traveling Biergarten
Sep
29
2:00 PM14:00

Castle Hill at Crane Estate Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Our collaborative biergarten event series with The Trustees makes the first of four Sunday stops at one of the most picturesque sites in the Trustees care- Castle Hill at Crane Estate, in Ipswich, MA.

Join us at Castle Hill for a summery Sunday afternoon biergarten with views of the ocean off of our Grand Allee! Enjoy an afternoon picnic and family friendly activities, and session beer served in traditional half-liter mugs.

The Great House will be open from 10 AM to 7 PM for house tours (additional ticket fee applies) and our Grab-and-Go cafe will be open during that time if you would like to purchase a picnic on-site. A food truck will also be available as a dining option.

About Castle Hill on Crane Estate: Plumbing magnate Richard Crane's 59-room, Stuart-style mansion, breathtaking gardens, lawns and views of the sea also provides a home to a wide variety of wildlife. The property is also home to The Inn at Castle Hill, and Crane Beach, a popular destination for beachgoers. While the details are too vast to recount here, we can assure you that you’ll be glad you came out to enjoy session beer in a truly picturesque setting.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten
Oct
4
5:00 PM17:00

Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

The Traveling Biergarten is going back to the farm- Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA!

We'll be pouring Notch session beer in half-liter mugs and have authentic biergarten furniture set-up for your relaxation. There will also be a selection of games to play should you find the urge to toss some corn bags around. 

Appleton Farms charges $3 admission for non-Trustees members. 

About Appleton Farms: Appleton Farms offers a rare glimpse into New England’s agricultural past- rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this 1,000-acre pastoral landscape. One of the oldest continuously-operating farms in the country, Appleton Farms still raises dairy cows, goats and chickens and is home to six miles of paths for pedestrians and horses. The farm was gifted to the Trustees by Colonel Francis Appleton and continues to operate in its centuries-old tradition by operating a Farm Stand and CSA.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten
Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

The Traveling Biergarten is going back to the farm- Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA!

We'll be pouring Notch session beer in half-liter mugs and have authentic biergarten furniture set-up for your relaxation. There will also be a selection of games to play should you find the urge to toss some corn bags around. 

Appleton Farms charges $3 admission for non-Trustees members. 

About Appleton Farms: Appleton Farms offers a rare glimpse into New England’s agricultural past- rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this 1,000-acre pastoral landscape. One of the oldest continuously-operating farms in the country, Appleton Farms still raises dairy cows, goats and chickens and is home to six miles of paths for pedestrians and horses. The farm was gifted to the Trustees by Colonel Francis Appleton and continues to operate in its centuries-old tradition by operating a Farm Stand and CSA.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten
Oct
6
1:00 PM13:00

Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

The Traveling Biergarten is going back to the farm- Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA!

We'll be pouring Notch session beer in half-liter mugs and have authentic biergarten furniture set-up for your relaxation. There will also be a selection of games to play should you find the urge to toss some corn bags around. 

Appleton Farms charges $3 admission for non-Trustees members. 

About Appleton Farms: Appleton Farms offers a rare glimpse into New England’s agricultural past- rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this 1,000-acre pastoral landscape. One of the oldest continuously-operating farms in the country, Appleton Farms still raises dairy cows, goats and chickens and is home to six miles of paths for pedestrians and horses. The farm was gifted to the Trustees by Colonel Francis Appleton and continues to operate in its centuries-old tradition by operating a Farm Stand and CSA.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Weir River Farm Mobile Biergarten
Oct
12
2:00 PM14:00

Weir River Farm Mobile Biergarten

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For our final Trustees weekend, we invite you to join us at Hingham’s Weir River Farm, for stunning views of South Shore farmlands, rolling hills, and peppy Belted Galloway cows. We will be bringing our full fleet of biergarten tables, half liter mugs, and a fond farewell attitude as we conclude our season at Notch Mobile Biergarten. We hope you stop by.

About Wier River Farm: Originally part of a picturesque, early-20th-century country estate, Weir River Farm today is a 75-acre working farm comprised of fields and pastures surrounded by oak and red cedar woodlands. The farm supports diverse wildlife habitats, including upland grasslands, which are in rapid decline in the Commonwealth. Weir River passes through the farm at its northwest edge. 

From the entrance at the top of Turkey Hill, a footpath meanders downhill through open fields and woods. At a fork in the trail, you can follow one path to the barnyard and visit with the horses, pigs, and chickens. The other path takes you across a grassy avenue before entering “The Grove,” woods with an open understory reminiscent of a British woodland. A “Garden Path,” bordered by flowering shrubs and flowers, within the Grove, creates a serene and pretty sanctuary for visitors. 

From the trails on Weir River Farm, you can get to adjacent Whitney and Thayer Woods, whose trails are connected to those in Wompatuck State Park and the town’s Triphammer Conservation Area. This extensive trail network provides you with access to the largest contiguous tract of open space on the South Shore – nearly 5,000 acres in all. 

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Weir River Farm Mobile Biergarten
Oct
13
1:00 PM13:00

Weir River Farm Mobile Biergarten

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For our final Trustees weekend, we invite you to join us at Hingham’s Weir River Farm, for stunning views of South Shore farmlands, rolling hills, and peppy Belted Galloway cows. We will be bringing our full fleet of biergarten tables, half liter mugs, and a fond farewell attitude as we conclude our season at Notch Mobile Biergarten. We hope you stop by.

About Wier River Farm: Originally part of a picturesque, early-20th-century country estate, Weir River Farm today is a 75-acre working farm comprised of fields and pastures surrounded by oak and red cedar woodlands. The farm supports diverse wildlife habitats, including upland grasslands, which are in rapid decline in the Commonwealth. Weir River passes through the farm at its northwest edge. 

From the entrance at the top of Turkey Hill, a footpath meanders downhill through open fields and woods. At a fork in the trail, you can follow one path to the barnyard and visit with the horses, pigs, and chickens. The other path takes you across a grassy avenue before entering “The Grove,” woods with an open understory reminiscent of a British woodland. A “Garden Path,” bordered by flowering shrubs and flowers, within the Grove, creates a serene and pretty sanctuary for visitors. 

From the trails on Weir River Farm, you can get to adjacent Whitney and Thayer Woods, whose trails are connected to those in Wompatuck State Park and the town’s Triphammer Conservation Area. This extensive trail network provides you with access to the largest contiguous tract of open space on the South Shore – nearly 5,000 acres in all. 

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Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at the Holmes Reservation
Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

Doug Aitken New Horizon Happening at the Holmes Reservation

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Imagine a 100-foot-tall mirrored hot air balloon floating over our inspiring landscapes reflecting and illuminating the world in new and unexpected ways. Its appearances initiate live events—happenings that are each unique gatherings of brilliant minds and groundbreaking artists. Exhilarating music, intriguing conversations, plus food and drink, mean fun for all ages. Come experience artist Doug Aitken’s incomparable vision, the once-in-a-lifetime wonder called New Horizon.

Mac DeMarco and Lonnie Holly will be performing during our time in Plymouth, so you’ll need to get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-horizon-happening-with-mac-demarco-lonnie-holley-tickets-60910615290

The Holmes Reservation is a treasured piece of open space in an otherwise developed city center. From the top of the field, you can take in distant views of Plymouth Harbor, Duxbury Beach, Clark’s Island, and Gurnet Point. At the foot of the field is a small woodland bounded by abandoned tracks of the Old Colony Railroad. And, don't miss the beach nearby – it’s a great spot for kids to explore. 

Before the Revolutionary War, a section of the reservation's field was part of a famous “Muster Ground.” Plymouth farmers in the militia would gather here to practice shooting their muskets and marching in formation. 

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Merrymount Beach Mobile Biergarten
Jul
14
12:00 PM12:00

Merrymount Beach Mobile Biergarten

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We're heading to the South Shore!

Merrymount Beach sits at the southern end of historic Quincy Shore Drive. This neighborhood beach isn't often open to the public, but you can enjoy it for the day with half liters of session beer during this special event.  We're bringing tables, beer, and landjager sausages, while Merrymount Beach is serving up hot dogs and hamburgers from the concession stand. 

Bring your family, bring your friends, and enjoy dipping your feet in the ocean with the Boston skyline in the background. 

Street parking is limited, but you can park along Wollaston Beach and walk down or park just down the road at Merrymount Elementary School. 

A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to the Merrymount Association.

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Merrymount Beach Mobile Biergarten
Jul
13
1:00 PM13:00

Merrymount Beach Mobile Biergarten

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We're heading to the South Shore!

Merrymount Beach sits at the southern end of historic Quincy Shore Drive. This neighborhood beach isn't often open to the public, but you can enjoy it for the day with half liters of session beer during this special event.  We're bringing tables, beer, and landjager sausages, while Merrymount Beach is serving up hot dogs and hamburgers from the concession stand. 

Bring your family, bring your friends, and enjoy dipping your feet in the ocean with the Boston skyline in the background. 

Street parking is limited, but you can park along Wollaston Beach and walk down or park just down the road at Merrymount Elementary School. 

A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to the Merrymount Association.

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Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten
Jun
30
1:00 PM13:00

Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

The Traveling Biergarten is going back to the farm- Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA!

We'll be pouring Notch session beer in half-liter mugs and have authentic biergarten furniture set-up for your relaxation. There will also be a selection of games to play should you find the urge to toss some corn bags around. 

Appleton Farms charges $3 admission for non-Trustees members. 

About Appleton Farms: Appleton Farms offers a rare glimpse into New England’s agricultural past- rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this 1,000-acre pastoral landscape. One of the oldest continuously-operating farms in the country, Appleton Farms still raises dairy cows, goats and chickens and is home to six miles of paths for pedestrians and horses. The farm was gifted to the Trustees by Colonel Francis Appleton and continues to operate in its centuries-old tradition by operating a Farm Stand and CSA.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten
Jun
29
2:00 PM14:00

Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

The Traveling Biergarten is going back to the farm- Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA!

We'll be pouring Notch session beer in half-liter mugs and have authentic biergarten furniture set-up for your relaxation. There will also be a selection of games to play should you find the urge to toss some corn bags around. 

Appleton Farms charges $3 admission for non-Trustees members. 

About Appleton Farms: Appleton Farms offers a rare glimpse into New England’s agricultural past- rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this 1,000-acre pastoral landscape. One of the oldest continuously-operating farms in the country, Appleton Farms still raises dairy cows, goats and chickens and is home to six miles of paths for pedestrians and horses. The farm was gifted to the Trustees by Colonel Francis Appleton and continues to operate in its centuries-old tradition by operating a Farm Stand and CSA.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten
Jun
28
5:00 PM17:00

Appleton Farms Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of publicm family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

The Traveling Biergarten is going back to the farm- Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA!

We'll be pouring Notch session beer in half-liter mugs and have authentic biergarten furniture set-up for your relaxation. There will also be a selection of games to play should you find the urge to toss some corn bags around. 

Appleton Farms charges $3 admission for non-Trustees members. 

About Appleton Farms: Appleton Farms offers a rare glimpse into New England’s agricultural past- rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this 1,000-acre pastoral landscape. One of the oldest continuously-operating farms in the country, Appleton Farms still raises dairy cows, goats and chickens and is home to six miles of paths for pedestrians and horses. The farm was gifted to the Trustees by Colonel Francis Appleton and continues to operate in its centuries-old tradition by operating a Farm Stand and CSA.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Castle Hill at Crane Estate Traveling Biergarten
Jun
23
2:00 PM14:00

Castle Hill at Crane Estate Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Our collaborative biergarten event series with The Trustees makes its fourth and final Sunday stop at one of the most picturesque sites in the Trustees care- Castle Hill at Crane Estate, in Ipswich, MA.

Join us at Castle Hill for a summery Sunday afternoon biergarten with views of the ocean off of our Grand Allee! Enjoy an afternoon picnic and family friendly activities, and session beer served in traditional half-liter mugs.

The Great House will be open from 10 AM to 7 PM for house tours (additional ticket fee applies) and our Grab-and-Go cafe will be open during that time if you would like to purchase a picnic on-site. A food truck will also be available as a dining option.

About Castle Hill on Crane Estate: Plumbing magnate Richard Crane's 59-room, Stuart-style mansion, breathtaking gardens, lawns and views of the sea also provides a home to a wide variety of wildlife. The property is also home to The Inn at Castle Hill, and Crane Beach, a popular destination for beachgoers. While the details are too vast to recount here, we can assure you that you’ll be glad you came out to enjoy session beer in a truly picturesque setting.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Vegan Food and Drink Festival
Jun
23
11:00 AM11:00

Vegan Food and Drink Festival

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The festival will be enticing vegetarians, vegans, and healthy eaters with a bevy of restaurants, veggie food vendors, and product purveyors joining events on healthy living, sustainability, vegetarianism, and nutrition. There will also be special speakers and musical performances.

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 Global Eats/Summer Beats- Reading Public Library
Jun
21
5:30 PM17:30

Global Eats/Summer Beats- Reading Public Library

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Celebrate the Solstice at this all-ages party in the library parking lot.  Enjoy an evening of family fun with music performances by Karen K & the Jitterbugs and 3nity, a popular Boston-based Latin jazz powerhouse of melody, vibe, and rhythm. This year’s event to include four food trucks where you can purchase fare inspired from Southeast Asia to Italy, and yours truly, the Notch Mobile Biergarten. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, and everyone you know!

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Food Truckin' at Endicott Park
Jun
19
4:00 PM16:00

Food Truckin' at Endicott Park

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Join the Notch Mobile Biergarten family in handsome Danvers, MA for Food Truckin’ Night! We are happy to be serving our delicious session beers alongside some of Massachusetts’ best and tastiest food trucks, all to benefit the Pan Mass Challenge for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

About Endicott Park: Located in northeast Massachusetts, in the Town of Danvers, Endicott Park encompasses 165 acres, and is home to some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore.

The park’s varied landscape includes pastoral views, historic farm buildings, orchards, woodlands, and marshes, with a network of trails and gravel roads for stress free and stroller friendly exploration of the park.

Passive recreation activities for all ages abound, ranging from hiking, fishing, picnicking and enjoying the playground in the warmer months, to sledding, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter.

Spotting wildlife throughout the year is not uncommon and can include species such as cottontail rabbits, beaver, coyote, whitetail deer, and a plethora of grey squirrels! In addition, the bird watching can be very productive, with ample food sources and resting areas for resident and migrating species.

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Bird Park Traveling Biergarten
Jun
16
1:00 PM13:00

Bird Park Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Join us at a rare "in-town" experience at Walpole's Bird Park!

You can find Bird Park's biergarten set up in the northeast corner of Vista Field, by the Bird Park Office, on Saturday, June 15, 2-7pm and Sunday, June 16, 1-6pm. Stone Comfort Pizza returns to the park to serve up fresh pizzas made on site. Hot dogs, chips, and drinks also on offer. Enjoy lawn games both days. Live acoustic music by local musician (and Bird Park supporter) Brian Horwitz on Saturday (starting around 4:00 pm). 

About Bird Park: Created in 1925 as an idyllic public space for the town's factory community, Bird Park continues that mission in the 21st century, with popular walking spaces, water elements and plenty of space for active play, including basketball and tennis courts. 

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

 

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Bird Park Traveling Biergarten
Jun
15
2:00 PM14:00

Bird Park Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, familty-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Join us at a rare "in-town" experience at Walpole's Bird Park!

You can find Bird Park's biergarten set up in the northeast corner of Vista Field, by the Bird Park Office, on Saturday, June 15, 2-7pm and Sunday, June 16, 1-6pm. Stone Comfort Pizza returns to the park to serve up fresh pizzas made on site. Hot dogs, chips, and drinks also on offer. Enjoy lawn games both days. Live acoustic music by local musician (and Bird Park supporter) Brian Horwitz on Saturday (starting around 4:00 pm). 

About Bird Park: Created in 1925 as an idyllic public space for the town's factory community, Bird Park continues that mission in the 21st century, with popular walking spaces, water elements and plenty of space for active play, including basketball and tennis courts. 

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

 

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Chestnut Hill Farm Traveling Biergarten
Jun
9
1:00 PM13:00

Chestnut Hill Farm Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're visiting another one of The Trustees' working farms, Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough, MA. This weekend we will be serving our farmer-approved session beers in traditional half-liter mugs, right by some very appealing apple trees.

About Chestnut Hill Farm: Saved from development in the 1960's, this recent Trustees acquisition is not only home to a CSA and Farm Stand, it's also a designated bird reserve, offering safe harbor to bobolinks, eastern meadowlarks, and other ground-resting species of birds.

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Chestnut Hill Farm Traveling Biergarten
Jun
8
2:00 PM14:00

Chestnut Hill Farm Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're visiting another one of The Trustees' working farms, Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough, MA. This weekend we will be serving our farmer-approved session beers in traditional half-liter mugs, right by some very appealing apple trees.

About Chestnut Hill Farm: Saved from development in the 1960's, this recent Trustees acquisition is not only home to a CSA and Farm Stand, it's also a designated bird reserve, offering safe harbor to bobolinks, eastern meadowlarks, and other ground-resting species of birds.

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Chestnut Hill Farm Traveling Biergarten
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

Chestnut Hill Farm Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're visiting another one of The Trustees' working farms, Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough, MA. This weekend we will be serving our farmer-approved session beers in traditional half-liter mugs.

About Chestnut Hill Farm: Saved from development in the 1960's, this recent Trustees acquisition is not only home to a CSA and Farm Stand, it's also a designated bird reserve, offering safe harbor to bobolinks, eastern meadowlarks, and other ground-resting species of birds.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
Jun
2
12:00 PM12:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for our first Trustees event of the year!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 12-6 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter mugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

On Sun, June 2, we are happy to be joined by Polish Prince Pierogies and Benson’s Homemade Ice Cream.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for our first Trustees event of the year!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 12-7 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter mugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

On Sat, June 1, we are happy to be joined by Thwaites Market, of Methuen, MA, who will be serving their traditional English pork pies.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
May
31
4:00 PM16:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for our first Trustees event of the year!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 4-9 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter mugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten
May
30
4:00 PM16:00

Stevens-Coolidge Place Traveling Biergarten

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

Notch is proud to partner with The Trustees to bring you a series of public, family-friendly Traveling Biergarten events in some of Massachusetts’ most scenic places.

We're heading back Stevens-Coolidge Place for our first Trustees event of the year!

We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 4-9 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half-liter steins and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic, and enjoy these special surroundings.

About Stevens-Coolidge Place:  The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of “the country place,” when rural retreats were designed as places that integrated indoor and outdoor spaces – and that were meant to be lived in as well as admired. The property served as a summer home and agricultural estate for John Gardner Coolidge and his wife, Helen Stevens Coolidge, from 1914-1962 and features two connected late-Federal period farmhouses, four distinctive gardens, and a greenhouse complex. Since becoming a Trustees’ property, Stevens-Coolidge offers tours of the home, which includes the family’s original furnishings, many garden-centric events, and several festivals during the warmer months.

The Trustees is a non-profit that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their network of over 100 farms, historic homes, and wooded areas spans from The Berkshires to the Cape and Islands and everywhere in between.

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