• Geneviève Grenier

Upcoming events at Greenwood


PHOTO COURTESY GENEVIÈVE GRENIER

With COVID-19 restrictions in place, the extensive garden space of the Greenwood Centre for Living History is the perfect venue for outdoor concerts.

With the summer season in full swing but very few activities taking place due to COVID-19 restrictions, Greenwood Centre for Living History is pleased to announce that several local musicians have offered to lend their talents and will performing in our gardens.

Bryan Bowser will perform Sunday, August 2; each between 2 and 4 p.m. Tickets for these events are $10 per adult, free for children accompanying their parents. Refreshments will be available to those who attend. Due to the nature of the location, if the weather is inclement, these events will have to be postponed or possibly cancelled.

On Saturday, August 1 and Sunday, August 2, Greenwood will be holding a very special Bake Sale. Our renowned volunteer bakers who always make special treats to accompany our tea service will be offering their talents in order to help raise funds both for LePont/Bridging and for Greenwood. As a not-for-profit, we recognize that many not-for-profits are also struggling and we want to take this opportunity to give back to the special community that we share. Included at this event will also be a silent auction of several precious items donated to Greenwood recently. Please stop in between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. to make your purchases and take a few minutes more to enjoy the view.

Greenwood itself is an almost 300-year-old historic house and municipal museum set on the picturesque waterfront of the Lake of Two Mountains. We are located at 254 Main Road in Hudson, J0P 1H0.

For more information, contact Geneviève Grenier at (450) 458-5396 or go to greenwood-centre-hudson.org

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