October 13th, 2013 by Patti Eddington
OLDCASTLE – Bennington’s downtown theatre (now celebrating 42 years of live theater) presents-Sherlock Holmes-Knight’s Gambit
Holmes and Watson are busy once again on Baker Street in this diabolically clever whodunit that will please fans of Arthur Conan Doyle’s brilliant detective.
Performance Dates: October 3 through October 20, 2013
Performance Times: Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 8PM
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: 2PM Matinee
Box Office – 802-447-0564
Playwright: Paul Falzone
A founding member of Oldcastle, Paul has acted in more than 30 plays with OTC including Inherit the Wind, The Price, A View From the Bridge, The Odd Couple and Postmortem. He has directed several including Dracula and wrote Raising Kane which Oldcastle premiered in 1997 and co-wrote The Yankee Tradition that was performed in a special performance before the Vermont Legislature and on Vermont Public Television. On Broadway he appeared in Macbeth with Nicol Williamsson and off-Broadway in Harvey Feirstein’s Torch Song Trilogy. He has been a regular on the TV series As The World Turns and All My Children and has made several appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
August 29th, 2010 by Patti Eddington
Just minutes away from the Eddington House Inn you’ll find the Moses Family Farm which is famous in this area for their sweet corn. An additional bonus this time of year is that the farm opens fields of tomatoes for picking.
The views are fantastic, the fields are full of fabulous tomatoes, the picking is clean and easy and the price is right. You can purchase a half bushel basket at the farm stand or entrance to the fields and will be directed to the best field to pick that day. This turkey (it was HUGE) was wandering the farm on my last visit so I snapped his picture. A visit to Moses Farm is a great adventure and the tomatoes are as sweet as candy.
I always go several times each season…it’s less than 30 minutes from our Southern Vermont inn located just of route 67 in nearby New York State. I serve tomatoes at breakfast, and enjoy them in salads, cut up with a sandwich, in a blt, in salsas, tomato sauce, gazpacho, etc. etc.
Tomato picking is a MUST this season if you are visiting Southern Vermont and “driving” home. What a treat!!