$25 per ticket if purchased in advance; $30 the day of the tour
The Lyme/Old Lyme Auxiliary will host “Kitchens of Lyme,” a tour of six beautifully appointed kitchens. Explore the area along quiet country roads of Lyme with views of Hamburg Cove and the Connecticut River.
You will see a balance of “whimsy” and “wow” in the use of space in the different homes. The kitchens range in size from a little jewel with a charming marble wall picturing distant hills to a contemporary kitchen/family room housed in a large, old stone artist’s studio. A gourmet cook’s kitchen includes a wood burning stove and overstuffed chairs with beautiful views out the double French doors. A newer kitchen features reclaimed timbers and floors, high ceilings, and a fireplace, while an antique one includes gorgeous old copper pots and pans that create the feeling of gracious living in a time long past.
It will be a lovely day, enjoying the countryside and gathering ideas to take home. Whether you are a gourmet chef or more interested in décor, you are sure to find inspiration visiting the “Kitchens of Lyme.”
Lunch by the Cove or in Town
The “Munchies Truck” will provide delicious lunches for sale at the Hamburg Cove Yacht Club in Lyme, where you can enjoy your picnic at the tables by the water. You may also arrange lunch at one of our area restaurants.
Your support of the “Kitchens of Lyme” will benefit the many programs of Child and Family Agency.
You may purchase tickets three ways:
Send a check made out to Child and Family Agency with a self-addressed stamped envelope to Kitchens of Lyme, P.O. Box 324, Old Lyme, CT 06371.
Or you may purchase a ticket at the following places:
The Bowerbird in Old Lyme
Hadlyme Country Market in Lyme
Balleks Garden Center in East Haddam
Child and Family Agency in New London
Or online at http://bit.ly/1lFZzDS
For more information please call 860-443-2896 ex. 1403
From New Haven and West: I95 North to Exit 70. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp and follow Kitchen Tour signs.
From New London and East: I95 South to Exit 70. Go straight at the bottom of the ramp to the third traffic light, turn right onto Route 156 and follow Kitchen Tour signs.