2017 Fall Benefit

Come enjoy an autumn afternoon at the beautiful Wethersfield Farm & Estate in support of HVCMC. You’ll get a chance to stroll the beautiful gardens, take a tour with Wethersfield’s Master Gardener, and enjoy an exclusive concert in the Carriage House, followed by wine & hors d’oeuvres. Click the “Learn More” button for a video of last year’s benefit at Wethersfield, along with further event details.

Saturday, October 14  | 
2pm  | 
Tickets are $85; sponsorships (which include recognition in the program) are $125

This year’s schedule of events for the October 14th Benefit:

2:00 – 3:30 pm: Wethersfield Gardens Open
2:30 pm: Garden Tour by the Wethersfield Master Gardener
4 pm: Concert at the Carrage House Museum with Grammy Award winning composer Joan Tower & Bard Conservatory musicians
Followed by wine & hors d’oeuvres

FOR TICKETS, please let us know who is attending, make your check payable to HVCMC-Bard College, and send to:

P.O. Box 17
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

Here’s a look at last year’s benefit at Wethersfield:

is located in Amenia, NY, and was originally the country estate of Chauncey Devereux Stillman (1907-1989). Wethersfield was left to the Homeland Foundation, a not-for-profit organized by Mr. Stillman in 1938. After Mr. Stillman’s death in 1989, Wethersfield was opened to the public for open space and scenic enjoyment. Mr. Stillman, an investor and philanthropist, purchased the original property, a dairy farm, and named it Wethersfield Farm, after Wethersfield, Connecticut, where his ancestors had settled in the late 1600s.

Wethersfield occupies 1,200 acres in Northeast Dutchess County and consists of Wethersfield House Museum, Gardens, Carriage House and Farm. The House, Museum and Gardens are situated at an elevation of 1,200 feet, the highest point in the region, which provides panoramic views of the Catskills to the west and the Berkshires to the north.