Bedford Historical Society

Weekend of the Pooka

An Evening Under the Stars

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 2018
In The Event Tent • Bedford Commons
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Music, Food and Wine Pairings

  • Edwin’s Leadership and Restaurant Institute
  • Robesto’s Catering
  • Pastry Chef Mia Amidi from Zack Bruell’s Restaurants
  • Cutting Edge Wine Selections
  • Entertainment by The Spyder Stompers & Sugar Pie

$40 per Person • $75 per Couple

NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (216) 469-7640

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 & SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9

  • Art Show and Sale
  • Artisan Village Live Music
  • International Dance Performers
  • Gazebo Entertainment
  • Young Artists Alley
  • Bedford Middle School and High School Student Art Mural
  • Imagination Village in the Sedlon Garden with Art Activities
  • Gourmet Food Vendors

FREE ADMISSION FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (216) 469-7640

Call to Artisans

The Bedford Historical Society cordially invites you to exhibit and sell your work at the 9th annual A Celebration Of The Arts: Weekend of the Pooka (September 8-9, 2018). In addition to the art show, this multi-arts festival, held on the Commons in historic downtown Bedford, features live musical entertainment, dance, jugglers, performances of all kinds, food trucks and vendors, Artisan Village, Children’s Village at the Sedlon Garden, and much more.
Download the application here


Call to Artists

The Bedford Historical Society cordially invites you to exhibit and sell your work at the 9th annual A Celebration Of The Arts: Weekend of the Pooka (September 8-9, 2018). In addition to the art show, this multi-arts festival, held on the Commons in historic downtown Bedford, features live musical entertainment, dance, jugglers, performances of all kinds, food trucks and vendors, Artisan Village, Children’s Art Village at the Sedlon Garden, and much more. There will also be live entertainment in the Artist Tent this year.
Download the application here

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1832 Hezekiah Dunham House

The Hezekiah Dunham House is a brick Georgian mansion built by one of Bedford’s early settlers. The house was restored mainly by volunteer labor in the 1980s to 2000. Furnishings in the house reflect three periods of occupancy; 1840s, 1900 and 1950. It is on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984.

Significant Collections within the Hezekiah Dunham House Museum:

  • Restored 1832 home has duplicated stenciling;
  • Period furniture from mid 1800s;
  • Period dining furniture from 1900;
  • 1950 artist’s studio with Richard Sedlon artifacts and original artwork.
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