2018 Hammond Barn Quilt Garden Tour!

Please join us on Saturday, July 14 for Hammond Barn Quilt Trail’s 2018        special summer event – the Barn Quilt Garden Tour! 

Twelve beautiful gardens, all featuring barn quilts, will be shared with the public on Saturday, July 14, 2018 (10:00 AM – 3:00 PM).  Four of the gardens will be in the village of Hammond, four in the South Hammond area and four along the St. Lawrence River on River Ledge Rd. and at Oak Point.  Included in the admission price of $15 is a box lunch from Foster’s Harbor Inn and a glass of wine or wine slushie from Bella Brooke Winery.  Also, a lovely 1×1 “Garden Mini” barn quilt will be raffled at Bella Brooke Winery at the end of the tour.  Free raffle tickets will be distributed at each garden spot so visit all of them to increase your chances of winning! 

The tour will begin at the Hammond Museum (1A North Main St., Hammond) at 10 AM on July 14. You will receive a map of the garden locations, parking directions, box lunches, and then set off on your tour. The final location will be Bella-Brooke Vineyard (2989 County Rt. 6, Black Lake), where you can enjoy your wine slushie or glass of wine and see if you will be the winner of the “Garden Mini” barn quilt!

Please make reservations for this wonderful tour by June 30, 2018. Only 30 tickets will be sold. Checks can be sent to Lisa Sarfaty at 62A Dake Circle, Hammond, NY 13646.  Any questions, call Lisa at 203-627-3014 or email

We look forward to sharing Hammond’s Barn Quilt Trail

and lovely summer gardens with you!



Save the Date!!!


July 14, 2018

10:00 AM -3:00 PM

The Hammond Barn Quilt Trail Presents

Barn Quilt Garden Tour 2018

12 beautiful gardens featuring barn quilts

Box lunch prepared by Foster’s Harbor Inn

A glass of wine or a slushie at Bella Brooke Vineyard

More information will be available soon on our website:




We hope you will all continue to enjoy our barn quilt trail throughout the year.

Plans are in the works for events next summer. Stay tuned and see what develops…



Announcing Our 2017 Fairy Trail! 

Calling all kids and kids at heart!

You are invited to find adorable fairy houses while

exploring our barn quilt trail anytime between

July 1 and September 30.

Fairy House location information will be displayed at

area businesses and the Hammond Town Hall.


And…save the following dates…

perfect occasions

to travel the trail, find fairy houses

and enjoy these special events!


Two Fairy Picnics

Saturday, July 15 and Saturday, August 12

11 AM – 12:30

at the Iva Smith Gallery, 627 State Highway 37,

South Hammond

Bring a picnic lunch, share some fairy magic,

walk down a wooded trail

and discover a fairy house! Or two!

Then take off on your own tour

along the rest of the Fairy Trail where the fairy hosts

will be looking forward to greeting you!


No reservations required!

Contact Evelyn Saphier for questions



Fairy Tea Party

The Hammond Museum will present

a Fairy Tea Party

Thursday, July 20 from 10-2

at the Hammond Village Hall

The tea is for girls 4-15 and their chaperones. There will be a limit of 15 youth and 15 chaperones.  Activities include:  making Marzipan mini fruits and vegetables, playing ‘guess the wee gadget’, sampling petite pastries, sipping pixie punch, listening to harmonious harp music performed by Evie Saphier, and adorning a pair of wings to ‘fly’ through the village visiting some fairy houses on the Barn Quilt Trail. 

Make reservations early!


Total cost is $15.00 per couple if borrowing one set of wings,

and $20.00 per couple if keeping one set of wings.


Call Pam Winchester at 315-324-5286 for reservations. 

   Payment is due by July 8 to reserve a spot.




For more general information about the Trail or any of our Events

Please contact Lisa Sarfaty 203-627-3014












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