The Akron Symphony Orchestra Interlude Season continues on May 9 with a special Mother’s Day event at Hale Farm & Village.
The trio of Steve Ostrow (violin), Jenny Robinson (flute) and Paul Miahky (cello) will be performing from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. on the Gatehouse Welcome Center Veranda. Guests may bring a picnic lunch, blanket or chairs to enjoy the music, and picnic tables are also available. Cold beverages, beer and wine will be available for purchase at the MarketPlace.
Masks and social distancing are required for all guests.
In addition to the music, guests can explore Hale Farm’s forests and trails, search for indigenous wildflowers and observe the diversity of migrant birds returning for the season. Children will enjoy suggested games in the village green or craft kits that can be completed on site or at home. Enjoy specific spring themed museum demonstrations such as cooking with foraged plants, flower pressing and specially curated craft & trade demonstrations.
General admission tickets for the day are $6 per person. Western Reserve Historical Society members, children 2 and under and active military are free.
Presale tickets are available at www.halefarm.org or admission is available at the Gatehouse Visitor Center.
Hale Farm & Village is located at 2686 Oak Hill Road in Bath and is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please note: Live performances are subject to change. For questions on the day of the event, guests may call Hale Farm at 330.666.3711. Guests may also visit Hale Farm’s website for additional information about the museum’s admission fees and operating hours.