Recent News

2017 Interns Wrapping Up a Packed Six Weeks

Wednesday, 02 August 2017 14:37

This year, the Wakefield Estate Summer Landscape Intern crew was small but mighty, with just three very special and carefully chosen members. With two young women who are horticulture majors at Norfolk Aggie, and a graduating senior from Academy of the Pacific Rim who is headed to Unity College to pursue Environmental Studies, this year's crew has exceeded our expectations, proving that indeed "less can be more." The 2017 crew has helped further spruce up the estate's landscape and created a spectacular new woodland trail which will delight students in the fall. This year many visitors have remarked that the estate has never looked better, and the summer work of the interns will help us maintain the high standard we've achieved.
The 2017 Summer Landscape Intern Crew includes: Ava Burke, Colleen McDonough, and Sebastian Boucher.
Great job team, and best of luck in the fall!
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August Garden Music Series Features Dean Stevens 8/30

Wednesday, 02 August 2017 14:30

Join us on Wednesday, August 30th from 6:30-8:00 pm, for another chance to stroll the gardens at their peak summer beauty, enjoy a refreshing beverage, and hear great music. This month we feature local singer/songwriter and guitarist extraordinaire Dean Stevens. For over 25 years, Dean has delighted audiences of all ages with his exuberant self-taught guitar style and expressive voice. Dean sings in English and Spanish with songs that explore personal and social topics, paints sketches of people and places and celebrates the earth. 
Admission is $10; this event is subject to cancellation due to weather. The Wakefield Estate is located at 1465 Brush Hill Road.
Reservations required. Please call to RSVP: 617-333-0924.
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Summer Garden Music 7/26th Features Richie Parsons Trio

Friday, 14 July 2017 09:08

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Join us for the kickoff of the Wakefield Estate’s 2017 garden music series on Wednesday, July 26th from 6:30pm-8:00pm at the Wakefield Estate. This month's evening of garden splendor, music and refreshments will feature Richie Parsons, a prominent Boston musician known for his catchy tunes whose recent release Honey & Tears can be heard on CDBaby. His trio includes Elisa Birdseye on viola and Doug Harper on guitar, with Parsons on vocals and guitar. The Garden Music series offers visitors an opportunity to stroll the gardens, enjoy a refreshing beverage and hear great music in a casual format. Tickets are $10; this event is subject to cancellation due to weather. The Wakefield Estate is located at 1465 Brush Hill Road. Save this date, Wednesday, August 30, for the next event in the series featuring Dean Stevens, a folk musician.

Reservations required. Please call to RSVP: 617-333-0924.

 

Sunday Open Hours 1:00-4:00 pm through July 16th

Thursday, 06 July 2017 10:52

With the success of Dogwood Days, we always receive questions about visitation. While we are open for business Monday through Friday, we are generally open for visits by appointment only, during scheduled open hours, or during our public programs. We request visitors to call to schedule a visit (617) 333-0924 x22.

We will have public open hours Sunday, July 9th and 16th from 1:00 - 4:00. Check our calendar for additional hours as they are scheduled or call for more information.

For these open hours, it is not necessary to schedule a visit.

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