Community Event: Boogie in the Barn at Farmstead Arts, Bernards Twp.

  • Posted on August 13th, 2018
  • by Turpin Real Estate

                                                                                                    No plans for Saturday night? Consider an old fashioned barn dance.

                                                                                                       Farmstead Arts hosts their Boogie in the Barn dance this Saturdaymelanie-mauer-131192-unsplash

August 18 from 6 to 9 pm at the Farmstead Arts Center in Basking Ridge

Live music will be supplied by Basking Ridge’s own Cafe Racers, a 1960’s and 70’s tribute band. Food is available and the band starts at 7 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for students and free for 5 and under.

Farmstead Arts is a not-for-profit arts center located at 450 King George Road at the historic Kennedy Martin Stelle Farmstead. The center offers classes, art shows, concerts and workshops by professional and emerging artists in the performing, visual and practical arts. The farmhouse, which dates back to the 1700’s, is listed on the National and State Historic Registers, along with the English barn and other outbuildings. It sits on four acres overlooking the banks of the Passaic River surrounded by 40 acres of parkland.

Living in a vibrant community like Basking Ridge appeals to home buyers seeking a small-town atmosphere in a central location. For more information about living in Basking Ridge, luxury homes for sale in Bernards Township or luxury real estate in New Jersey, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746. Our agents have in-depth knowledge of the local real estate market and can provide you with additional information about luxury homes for sale in Somerset County.

For more information about this event, visit their link here

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