Join us for the debut of Notch's collaborative popup biergarten series with The Trustees at The Stevens-Coolidge Place in North Andover, MA!
We'll be set up in the historic gardens and lawn of Stevens-Coolidge place from 12-9 with games and activities, biergarten furniture, session beer in half liter steinkrugs and lots of room for you! Bring your friends, a picnic and enjoy these special surroundings. Each day will offer a special event to help you explore this amazing landscape.
Saturday is Home Sweet Home, The Trustees' open house day. Stevens-Coolidge, along with the rest of the Trustees historic homes, are open to the public for free, self-guided tours of the house and the breathtaking landscape. Kids who visit North Andover can enjoy rock painting and kite making and the greenhouse is open for its annual plant sale. You won't want to miss this fun day out!
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.