Sculpture Park, Wine Tasting & a Corn Maze Saturday, Sept. 21st. Sculpture Park 10 am., Wine Tasting 1:00 pm., the Corn Maze 3 pm., Sculpture Park, Bedrock Gardens 45 High Road, Lee, NH 03861, Flag Hill Winery & Distillery 297 N. River rd. Lee NH. 03861 www.flaghill.com [masked], Maze, Coppal House Farm 118 North River Rd. Lee NH. 03861 http://nhcornmaze.com/cornmaze.html [masked], Host: Steve Ob1. [masked] [masked] YOU BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH, We need to remove our own trash. RAIN WILL NOT CANCEL THIS EVENT.
Please join Steve Ob1. and friends for all of these events, or just the events you like, at anytime. View some art and have a picnic lunch, and or, taste some wine and liqueurs, and or do the corn maze. This the last time this year for Bedrock Gardens to be open to the public. It is a privet home and only open for view to the public 5 times a year. The wine tasting will be $8.. Sculpture Park is Free. The Corn Maze was $5. last year. The only price we could fine was $10 for this year. Steve Ob1. will needs a head count for the wine tasting. So, please RSVP ASAP. The cut off for the wine tasting will be Saturday morning. We will be at the winery at 1 pm., after the Sculpture Park at 10 am., and our picnic lunch. We will be at the winery at 1:00 pm. for about an hour or so. You can join us for all of these events, or just for what you wish to do at anytime.
The Sculpture Park and the wine tasting is less than three miles from each other. The Maze is about two miles from the winery. The parking is on the street at the Sculpture Park. Parking is free at the winery and maze. Steve Ob1. is meeting at 10 am. Meet by the stonewall entrance by street, to the left of the house. We will explore the beautiful Bedrock Gardens. Bedrock Gardens was started in 1987 by its two owners: Jill Nooney, visionary, horticulturist, sculptor, and landscape designer, i.e. 'the problem maker', and Bob Munger, engineer, water magician, hardscaper, and precision guy, i.e. 'the problem solver.' The garden started humbly, but become a 20 acre garden on a 30 acre piece of land. It is designed as a garden journey taking roughly 1.5 to 2 hours to walk. It is notable for its plants, its landscape design, its hardscape and its sculpture. More info at their website - www.bedrockgardens.org