A printable version of our
Schedule of Events: October–December 2014 is available HERE.
See our Month-by-Month Calendar HERE, where details about all of our upcoming events are posted as they become known.
SCHOOL YEAR 2014–2015
Home School Program
Our unique, season-based program sessions occur the 3rd Monday of each month during the school year, from 10:30 am–12 pm. October’s class is closed. November’s Topic: Hearth Cooking (sign up by Monday, November 10). Click HERE to see our listing of monthly topics, ages, cost and requirements. We look forward to seeing you!
Fiber Arts Group
Join Volunteer Educator Barbara Lord and others interested in all things fiber, every other Tuesday in the Hearth Room, from 9:30 am–12 pm. Bring your project or simply look on as this Happy Weavers & Friends group learns the historic art of weaving, spinning, sewing, quilting and more. These are FREE sessions; does not include access to the Museum. Next scheduled sessions: October 28; November 11, 25; December 9, 23.
PLANTS OF FIELD & FOREST SERIES
Wild Edible, Medicinal, and Tree I.D. Walk
Thursday, November 6
11 am–12:30 pm
$10/person, includes entrance to the Museum.
Pre-register by Wednesday, November 5.
PLANTS OF FIELD & FOREST SERIES
Winter’s Coming... Boost Your Health Naturally
Saturday, Novenber 15
$25/person, ages 16 and above.
Pre-register by Monday, November 10.
Save the date!
A TAMWORTH “CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE” EVENT
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6
Join us for a special holiday event in picturesque Tamworth Village! In conjunction with this town event, Remick will offer tours of the decorated Captain Enoch Remick House, Victorian Christmas cookie & refreshment samples, seasonal exhibits & demonstrations, hands-on activities, seasonal make-&-take-home crafts, open hearth and woodstove cooking demonstrations—with samples, Farmhouse Kitchen treats for sale, as well as locally made handcrafted items in the Museum Store. A historic way to ring in the holiday season!
$5 admission; 4 and under, FREE
$5 per person, children ages 4 and under
are free. Fridays are free for Tamworth
In recognition of
New Hampshire History Week:
Take a guided tour of the stately
Captain Enoch Remick House
Monday, October 20–
Friday, October 24
Followed by a
Country Living Demonstration
3–3:30 pm (optional)
The crown jewel of Remick Museum, The Captain Enoch Remick House is listed in
the National Register of Historic Places. Click HERE to learn more about this special week at Remick.
Tour and demonstration included with $5 Museum admission.
Explore. ReDiscover. Learn.
Nestled in the heart of Tamworth Village, New Hampshire, Remick Museum & Farm has so much to offer:
Directions and more information, HERE.
- History-steeped exhibits and buildings
- The Captain Enoch Remick House
- Forgotten Arts workhops
- Agricultural & Sustainability classes
- A unique Home School Program
- Interaction with farm animals
- Beautiful grounds with a view of distinctive Mt. Chocorua
- Scenic picnic spots
- Low-impact walking trails
- Bird watching
- A fishing pond (bring your own pole)
- Our Museum Store featuring RemickMade products and gifts
- A farm stand (in season)
- And so much more!