Kensington, NH – The Farm at Eastman’s Corner in Kensington, NH has announced that it will hold its 3rd Anniversary Block Party on Saturday, June 6th from 3-8pm. The event will take place at 267 South Road, at the corner of Route 150 and Route 107 in Kensington, NH. There is no price for admission and everyone is welcome to attend. The schedule includes a day full of family friendly activities.
Beginning at 3pm, children’s musician Amy Conley will play a selection of fun tunes combined with puppets and props. Local farmers Chris and Holly Batchelder from Hidden Brook Farm will offer tractor hay rides from 3-6pm, departing every ten minutes from the Eastman’s Corner lot. The Kensington Fire Department will be on site with their new truck and ambulance for children and parents to visit.
More than 30 local vendors and organizations will be on hand with entertainment and artisan products to sample. The Kensington Recreation Committee will offer free face-painting for children, Kensington Elementary School students will be selling lemonade for a school fundraiser, and the Southern District YMCA is bringing their mobile rock wall. There will be other raffles, giveaways and surprises throughout the day.
Other acts scheduled to perform are the duo Edgartown from Amesbury, MA and the evening will wrap up with local young singing talent Breanne Mullen. A selection of delicious local BBQ selections will be available for purchase including: grass-fed beef burgers, local pulled pork sandwiches, and sausages. Vendors will provide food, beer, wine and other beverage samples throughout the day (see the Farm website for a complete list of sampling vendors).
For more information, and a complete list of the day’s activities, visit www.eastmanscorner.com.
About the Farm at Eastman’s Corner
We are a community-governed farm store committed to offering fresh local produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, and delicious grab & go meals. We give back to our community by supporting local farmers, offering free events and classes, and donating five cents of every dollar and all profits to Sawyer Park. Sawyer Park is a 30-acre community park featuring lit athletic fields and courts, a playground, bandstand and is visited by thousands of groups and families each year.