May 302018

What’s left of the historic barn as seen from the front porch of the family home at Clover Nook Farm.

Come to the Orange Ale House, 517 Boston Post Road, to eat, drink and shop for a good cause on Wednesday, May 30, from 5-10 p.m. Bring the kids for dinner, children are welcome with their parents.

Amber Durkin will be displaying Lularoe women’s clothing and everything is available to purchase, and 20% of her sales will be donated to the Clover Nook Farm fund to help them recover from the tornado damage sustained from the direct hit from an F1 Tornado on Tuesday, May 15. In addition, Orange Ale House will be donating 20% of its food and beverage sales between 5 and 10 p.m. to the cause.
Terri Miles of Orange Live will be attending and be helping to coordinate and promote the event. Please let’s have a great turn out to help our neighbors get back on their feet.
Orange Ale House has great food like pizza, ribs, wings, burgers, and salads. There also are 17 rotating craft beers on tap in addition to many bottled beers.
Clover Nook Farm, 50 Fairwood Road, Bethany, was established in 1765, it is one of the oldest operating farms in the state of CT and is on the National Registry of Historic Places.

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