[Dixielandjazz] Popular Fun For Fall At The Farm
kay2840 at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 5 22:08:05 PDT 2006
... they apparently have a website:
Kay in Gilroy
Steve Barbone <barbonestreet at earthlink.net> wrote:
>From Concord, MA. Anybody up there in Boston know who the Ancient Mariner
Dixieland Band is?
By Cheryl Lecesse/ Staff Writer - Lincoln Journal, Thursday, October 5, 2006
Pumpkins, foliage and hot apple cider were abundant this weekend for Drumlin
Farm¹s annual Fall Festival. The rain forced most events to take cover
Sunday, but it didn¹t stop families from donning rain gear and umbrellas to
enjoy the annual event.
Inside the red barn, people of all ages tapped their toes and moms twirled
their young daughters to the upbeat sounds of the Ancient Mariners Dixieland
Band. Festival goers took their seats on hay bales as they enjoyed the
A number of children¹s craft activities were set up, and children traveled
from station to station, taking part in potato stamping and pumpkin
decorating. One station demonstrated how Drumlin Farm sheep¹s yarn is
naturally dyed in a rainbow of colors. Bloodroot gives the yarn an orangey
hue, while rock tripe lichen turns the yarn pink. Ground up pokeweed, or
pokeberry, becomes a plum-colored dye, while goldenrod gives the yarn a
light yellow color.
Inside the barn, Michelle Sullivan, Brian Kuehl and their children, Patrick,
5, Maggie, 4, and Katie, 2, danced to the music and checked out the
different stations. It was their first trip to Drumlin Farm, and they didn¹t
realize the Fall Festival was happening until they arrived.
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