CAMDEN – Imagine this: Sweet and savory baked beans cooked the real Maine way, all day in a cast-iron kettle in the ground; tender, slow-cooked, pulled pork; mouth-watering biscuits and a truly delightful selection of cool salads and luscious home-made pies.
The Camden-Rockport Historical Society is proud to present an old-fashioned Maine Saturday night bean-hole supper from 5:30-7pm on August 21st on the grounds of the Conway Homestead-Cramer Museum located on the Camden-Rockport line, US Route 1. Musical entertainment will be provided by the Midcoastâ€™s own dynamic jazz ensemble, Breakers Jazz.
Grab the kids and the older folks, too, and enjoy one of summerâ€™s last balmy evenings with great food and great music under the stars. Donâ€™t miss this wonderful community event.
Saturday Night Bean-Hole Bean Supper to be held rain (tent!) or shine August 21, 5:30-7:00 pm, at the Conway Homestead-Cramer Museum property on Rt 1. Admission: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children 6-12, kids 5 and under free. All proceeds benefit the Historic Old Conway Homestead Roof Repair Fund. For more information, please call 236-2257.
Contact Name: Marlene Hall
Telephone Number: (207)236-2257