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Music in the Garden continues this year as Greenwood celebrates 25 years

By Geneviève Grenier



PHOTO COURTESY GENEVIÈVE GRENIER

The beautiful grounds at Hudson’s Greenwood Centre for Living History will be centre stage for the upcoming ‘Music in the Garden’ series.


With 25 years under our belt as a living museum, Greenwood is pleased to bring back this popular event. In 2020, we were unable to hold many of our traditional events due to the pandemic restrictions in place. Knowing that local musicians were also unable to perform in their traditional settings, we invited them to Greenwood’s sprawling lawn to do what they love to do best – play music.

This year, on most Sundays starting at 2 p.m., we have 10 acts lined up, each with a unique sound and great stage presence. Tickets for the events are $10. Contact Greenwood to reserve your spot as only 45 people will be permitted due to government guidelines. Please call (450) 458-5396 or email history@greenwoodcentre.org to confirm.

This Sunday, June 27, our musical guest is Jeff Waters. Next, we have three dynamic duos with The Wineberries on July 4, Pagoda Starling on July 18, and Frim Fram on July 25. For August we’ll welcome Highway 34 on the 8th followed with Martin Gibson, The Better Half and Brian Gallagher on the 15, 22 and 28 respectively.

Of course guided tours of our historic house as well as a self-guided tour of the gardens are also available during these events. Please note the concerts will need to be canceled if it’s raining. Greenwood is also open for tours from Wednesdays to Saturdays 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost for tours is $10 for adults and includes refreshments on our porch.

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