Join The Sargent House Museum in celebrating Middle Street Harvest Festival 2018. Come in from the cold to enjoy the hospitality of The Sargent House with cider and donuts in the 1782 home of Judith Sargent Murray, pioneering advocate of Women's Rights. Explore the first floor of this historic Georgian mansion, preserved with help of Judith’s great-great nephew, the artist John Singer Sargent. Open to all; FREE admission and treats.
On October 11, Pier 23 Kitchen is generously donating 15 percent of all food proceeds, excluding alcohol, to the Sargent House Museum. Enjoy a juicy burger, flavorful wings, or a fresh salad, and do your part to help preserve this relic of revolutionary-era Gloucester.
REVOLUTIONARY TEA PARTY IN THE GARDEN
JUNE 24, 2018 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Come and learn about how Americans like Judith Sargent Murray took tea in the 1770s, from brewing bohea to brewing revolution. Sample some of the teas thrown into Boston Harbor at the Boston Tea Party, and brew your own liberty tea.
Tickets are available at the door - $5 per person includes admission, as well as teas and snacks. Parents are encouraged to bring children!
A private event for Sargent House Museum Members, as well as local business owners from area hotels, motels, inns, and bed & breakfasts. Please come enjoy our gardens, chat with Sargent House staff, and join an exclusive, after hours mini-tour of the historic home.