Highfield Hall Open House will begin at 12:30pm and go until 3:00pm. Enjoy a narrated estate walk at 12:30 where you will learn about the glorious grounds of the Highfield Hall estate.
A highlight of the Highfield Hall open house will be the fairy houses that you will find throughout the property. In fact from 12:30pm to 1:30 pm there will be a Fairy House Making Workshop.
There will also be an artists reception from 1 – 3:00 where the work of three distinct mediums will be showcased to include Glass: by Bryan Randa’s ; Paper Nests: Huguette May drawings and photographs; and Cut Paper: Selections from The Guild of American Papercutters.
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Come to the Highfield Hall Open House and celebrate spring! This free event is open to the public and offers a variety of activities for all ages. Refreshments are being offered courtesy of Atria Woodbriar who is the sponsor of the open house and the spring art exhibitions at Highfield Hall.
Family Fun events from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm include a self-guided Highfield architecture scavenger hunt and fun crafts to make with children’s program teachers.
From 1:00pm until 3:00 pm there will be an artist reception for the spring exhibits as well as a painting demonstration, music and refreshments. The artist exhibitions include A House for all Seasons, Ambient Light Domestic interiority, Fragment House and All around the House. A lovely collaboration between Falmouth High School ceramic students and Falmouth Museums on the Green resulted in the exhibition entitled If These Houses Could Talk.
At 2:00 pm enjoy a poetry reading from the new book, Domestic Interiors and then at 3:00 pm relax to Robert Wyatt performing his favorite songs of spring on the grand piano.