Music at the Barn returns to the Weston History & Culture Center on five Sundays in June, July, and September. Concerts by returning popular bands are accompanied by activities that will appeal to all ages.
Art lovers can stroll the grounds and take in the sculptures of Daniel Offutt. History lovers can tour the Coley House, recently recognized for its reinterpretation into the 1940s. Kids can enjoy crafts and games.
The Center will also have a new exhibition running by the time of the second concert: “Penned, Painted & Sculpted: Weston Artists 1900–1965.” Some concerts will be bring-your-own picnic opportunities, a food truck will be present at others.
Doors open for the entire series at 5:00, which is when activities start. Bands take the stage from 5:30 to 7:00. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online. Tickets are $15 for members of the Weston History & Culture Center, otherwise $20 per person. Admission for children 12 and under is free.
A crafting table for kids and historic games are always on the schedule. So is a tour of the Coley House.
On June 4, Logical Pretzel plays the hits of Steely Dan. Pizza will be available from a food truck, and Erik Paul will provide a demonstration of old-fashioned woodworking. WHCC members can enjoy a complimentary beer or glass of wine.
On June 25, singer-songwriter PJ Pacifico performs. Food is BYO picnic fare and blankets.
On July 9, Weston resident and jazz musician Chris Coogan takes the stage. Pizza will be available from a food truck.
On July 23, it’s the roots of American rock and roll, played by Otis and Hurricanes. BYO picnic.
On September 10, Old School Revue plays hits from the golden age of American rhythm and blues. WestonArts will have a portrait-drawing table. A food truck is TBD. WHCC members can enjoy a complimentary beer or glass of wine.
More information about Music at the Barn and all Weston History & Culture Center programs are available on the organization’s website.