And the Burlington Historical Society needs your help! Please consider volunteering time to help decorate the Elton Tavern or dropping off some cookies for the annual carol sing.
Click on the below image to view the Tavern Day 2019 photos on Facebook.
Click on the image below to see some photos taken from the Art Sale on Sept 13th (posted on our Facebook page.)
For anyone planning to attend the BHS Art Sale on Friday, Sept. 13th, please be aware that due to setup activities for Tavern Day, there will be limited parking available in the Elton Tavern lot. Feel free to park across the street at the Congregational Church, People’s Bank or on Savarese Lane for our event.
We hope to see you there!
If any of these samples are of interest, we welcome you to our Artwork Preview Reception on Friday, Sept 13th from 6-7:30 pm at the Elton Tavern. Many of these featured artists will be in attendance!
A few original prints on paper by Kristie Abersmann:
Come see some amazing photography by Jaroslav Bil:
Be sure to stop by the Elton Tavern to view these wonderful pieces by local artist Leslie Flowers!
At the 8th annual members and volunteers picnic, Ian McCusker possibly our youngest volunteer was recognized for his help with the 2019 2nd grade passbook program, Jim Bernetich was recognized for organizing the boy scouts to help with tavern day and other BHS needs over the past many years. Barbara Flaherty-Carchedi was recognized as the chief BHS docent ensuring that all visitors to the Tavern are met hospitably and provided with the best knowledge of the Elton Tavern and history of Burlington. A thank you to Carl Salsedo and our house band the the Yankee Blue Grass Jammers. Thank you to Nat Walker for making this event happen.