The Peterborough Historical Society is honoring the 150th anniversary of the start of the U.S. Civil War with an exhibit of artifacts, photographs, and personal stories being displayed through the end of October.
In addition, there will be a Civil War dinner hosted on May 28th. Recipes will include President Lincoln's favorite dish as well as Mary Todd Lincoln's cake and Jefferson Davis' pie recipes. There will be a day long enactment on May 28th and a concert of period music on June 17th.
Monday, April 25, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
According to the calendar, it has been spring for a few weeks now, but the weather has been a little slow to catch up. We've still got patches of snow in some areas and ice on some of the ponds and lakes, but this weekend, the weather was beautiful! Sunny and warm! On Sunday, we went for a ride up to Hancock for lunch at Fiddleheads Cafe. It was just warm enough outside for us to sit at the tables on their covered porch to enjoy our sandwiches! On the way there and back, we were treated to some very welcome signs of Spring!
|Crocuses on a front lawn in Hancock|
|Swans frolicking in a makeshift pond along Middle Hancock Road|
|Back at the B and B... daylilies coming up along the Nubanusit|