5 based on 11 reviews
The first time I saw a concert at this historic 2nd story restored theater, I was blown away. The acoustics are incredible and the old-time feel is complimented by the current art exhibits and other updated amenities. Programming is excellent, with national acts and family events. I feel very lucky to have access to high-quality music and art in my own backyard.
5 based on 1 reviews
Best if you're in the area, but this place opened on Memorial Day of 2013. Through the tireless work, research, blood, sweat and tears of "Back Street Mary" (her admission, due to so many Mary's in these parts and so as to differentiate) plus other town historians and helpers, Gen. Morse's house is now open to the public view. It is small, so call first for times open. There was a bakesale the opening day and they can refer you to a local historic church and cemetery to also take in. Mary told us lots of stories--the soap opera kind--of the local relatives and inhabitants of the original house's owner. I'm glad to see houses like this become museums so that local history and color are not lost. Google the directions--you'll need them, thinking there can't possibly be a museum here in betwixt the large farms. No bathroom/no wheelchair access.
4 based on 14 reviews
Can't find a course within several hundred miles that would compare. Seven Oaks is manicured and beautiful. It's challenging, but fine for weekend golfers.
4 based on 9 reviews
Lori our raptor Lady....LADY LORI .... made all of us feel WELCOME, OFFERED us refreshments, restroom upon our arrival.... all birds are majestic.... simply beautiful!
We enjoyed the educational aspect as well as the hands on, time with each bird!
Big. Mama is just that! The Falcon was likened to a F16, the hawk a hummer, the owls are surreal....it's the turning of the head and the eyes! A must do for sure!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Since 1895, Hamilton Theater has served as a centerpiece for films, live performances, and community events. One of the few remaining independent theaters, Hamilton Theater provides diverse film programming for the community, preserving and enhancing its historic tradition as a community resource. Hamilton Theater is a member of the League of Historic American Theaters.
Third visit to this historical theater. Friendly staff; clean cozy facilities. This theater offers unique films to our area. Its a joy to see films that are not always at the big box theaters. Sound quality and film viewing a plus
4.5 based on 6 reviews
With the exception of Annie Imperial IPA, the beers were mediocre. Annie was excellent! Very hop-forward, with moderate bitterness at the finish.
The food was very disappointing. Our burgers, although sourced from an excellent farm, were dry and tasteless. The fries were overcooked, and the dipping sauces ranged from OK to tasteless.
Enjoy the IPA and eat elsewhere.
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