This Sunday at the Song Garden

Hello singing folk,

If you haven’t already received Dan’s invitation to join him at the Song Garden, here it is in this post, with all the helpful details that Dan thought of. Chelsea and I went to a singing there last year and I can tell you, it is wonderful. Dan and Peggy are wonderful hosts, and the gardens are beeooohtiful. I recommend coming early to wander around and enjoy the garden. You can also make friends with Dan’s dog which enjoys a network of plank paths that Dan has built into the bows of a pine tree. It’s amazing.

Hello singers,

This month’s 4th Sunday Norwich, VT Sacred Harp singing has been moved
for our annual SH singing at The Song Garden in Cornish, NH.

view of the Song Garden

a result of Dan and Peggy’s diligent care

Please join us this Sunday, August 25th, from 3-5 pm, with a potluck
dinner to follow. Come and go as you please. Loaner books are
provided. If you’re coming from a distance and the potluck is a
hardship, don’t worry, we’ll take care of you!
Rain or shine. (If rain, we’ll sing in the bunkhouse. If storm, we’ll
move to the cabin around the corner at 558 Dingleton Hill Rd.)

The Song Garden is a pick-your-own flower garden and teahouse (and
labyrinth) run by Peggy Heath Ogilvy and myself. This is our 5th year.
We’re very proud of the peace and beauty of the place and would love
to share it with you and sing on the stage!

http://www.songgardenflowerfarm.blogspot.com

Directions: The Song Garden is on St Gaudens Rd in Cornish, NH, one mile
up the hill from St Gaudens Historic Site. (But the street address for
this property is 612 Dingleton Hill Rd.)

From the north:
Some of you will want to come down Rt 12A from West Lebanon to the St
Gaudens Rd. Or. . .

Take Exit 9 off of I-91 in Hartland, VT and follow Rt
5 south for 4.5 miles into Windsor. Turn left at the second traffic
light onto Bridge St and cross the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.
Turn left onto NH Rt 12A north for 1.4 miles to St Gaudens Rd, on the
right (marked not by a road sign, but by a large brown sign for the
Historic Site). Follow St Gaudens Rd up the hill for 1.7 miles and
bear left at the intersection with Dingleton Hill Rd. (The Song Garden
is in sight to the left, on the right side of St Gaudens Rd.) Pull in
at the big maple tree and park along the row of stumps.

(Exit 9 is 15 minutes south of White River Junction, and one hour from
Montpelier.)

From the south: Take Exit 8 off of I-91 in Ascutney, VT. Drive down
the hill and turn left onto Rt 5 north for 4.5 miles to Windsor. Turn
right at the first traffic
light onto Bridge St and cross the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.
Turn left onto NH Rt 12A north for 1.4 miles to St Gaudens Rd, on the
right (marked not by a road sign, but by a large brown sign for the
Historic Site). Follow St Gaudens Rd up the hill for 1.7 miles and
bear left at the intersection with Dingleton Hill Rd. (The Song Garden
is in sight to the left, on the right side of St Gaudens Rd.) Pull in
at the big maple tree and park along the row of stumps.

(Exit 8 is 45 minutes from Brattleboro, and 1:15 from Northampton.)

Please join us!
Dan Hertzler