Visit Colonial Day and go back in time at the Keeler Tavern Museum. Featured will be a Fife & Drum Corps and crafts demonstrations including soap making, cooper/barrel making, rope making, candle making and more. Especially for children to enjoy are a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting and games and crafts. Have silhouettes cut of family, pets, and friends. The historic Museum Building will be open for tours by costumed guides. A British cannonball lodged in a corner post since the Battle of Ridgefield April 27, 1777. will be on view.
“Keeler Tavern Museum is once again excited to welcome young and old to Colonial Day for a day of family fun in its beautiful historic setting,” said Hilary Micalizzi, its Program Chairman in charge or organizing Colonial Day. “Bringing Ridgefield’s history alive for Ridgefielders and visitors is part of its mission. We especially welcome children to learn about their town’s rich heritage”
Food and beverages will be available on the Garden House terrace overlooking the brick walled garden. Strolling minstrels will entertain all. Entrance fee is $5.00 for everyone age 5 years and over. Parking will be available at the Congregational Church across Main Street from the Museum.
For additional informations visit .keelertavernmuseum.org or call 203-438-5485.