Friday, February 18, 2022

In-Person or Zoom-In @ Weekend in Norfolk

The little village of Norfolk, Connecticut has organized Winter Weekend in Norfolk, consisting of a series of in-person and Zoom events taking place on Saturday, February 26 through Sunday, February 27 that are sure to chase the winter blues away.

If your kids are bored and like sports, take them skating at the Norfolk Skating Rink on Mountain Road where kids can warm up next to a roaring bonfire while enjoying steaming hot chocolate and s'mores on Saturday afternoon. A highlight at the rink will be a demonstration of an ancient Scottish game, curling,  by the Norfolk Curling Club. Best of all, visitors are welcome to try their hand at learning this skill with experts.

Norfolk is an art lover's dream that comes alive during the Winter Weekend in Norfolk. Visitors will have the chance to tour Tiffany Stained Glass Windows at the Battell Chapel as well as windows designed by one of the most prestigious firms named by Pope Leo XII as a Pontifical Institute of Christian Art at the Immaculate Conception Church. Other stops for art lovers are the Norfolk Libary that is hosting "Hidden Doorways," photographs by Angus Mudge, and a photography display, "In the Woods," of Norfolk's Land Trust Properties at The Hub @ 2 Station Place where maps and event information is also available.


To experience the natural beauty of Norfolk's great outdoors, don't miss the Wildlife Walk at 10 a.m. on Saturday or the Photography Safari beginning at 10 a.m. on Sunday. Both of these in-person outdoor events will lead you through some of Norfolk's unspoiled scenery that it is famous for.

If you can't make it to town, no worries, the Winter WIN organizers have that covered with a series of fascinating programs. If you like to cook don't miss the cooking demonstration with Martiña Gago, which will transport you to sunny Spain, where the culinary culture is as rich and varied as the country itself. Paella, Spain's National dish is on the menu today. This video will be available on-demand throughout the Winter WIN Weekend along with concerts by the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in addition to several other virtual programs.  For links visit the WIN website.

Two Zoom programs are also scheduled. If you enjoy historic architecture, don't miss the program. Ladies, Legends, & Lakeside Dwellings - Alfredo Taylor in Norfolk presented by Ann Havemeyer and the Norfolk Library on Saturday, February 26 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Alfredo Taylor arrived in Norfolk in 1902 at the time when Norfolk was being transformed into the beautiful village that it is today.  For sports-minded historians, the Norfolk Historical Society has teamed up with author and coach, Ariel Picton Kobayashi on Sunday, February 27 at 4 p.m. This Zoom talk will highlight the popularity of ski jumping across the northeast including Norfolk, which was introduced by Norwegian immigrants. Learn how ski jumping became popular in the area and how and why it changed in the 1980s.

Winter WIN is one of Connecticut's most beloved winter traditions. The entire town of Norfolk has rolled out a "winter white carpet" for in-person and virtual events. This is the best way to warm up to winter! 

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Zoom In this Winter @ Weekend in Norfolk

Weekend in Norfolk is taking place once again this winter from Saturday, February 26 through Sunday, February, 27th. In addition to many exciting live in-person events that range from curling demonstrations, a photography safari, wildlife walks, photography and art shows, and tours of magnificent stained glass windows, there are also several interesting Zoom programs being offered.

If you like to cook don't miss the cooking demonstration with Martiña Gago, which will transport you to sunny Spain, where the culinary culture is as rich and varied as the country itself. Paella, Spain's National dish is on the menu today. Many believe that this dish was prepared by a gentleman courting his fiancee because of the corruption of the word,  "para ella" which can be interpreted as meaning "for her."  During this demonstration, Martiña will talk about the history of the dish and give you a step-by-step demonstration on how to make the most iconic dish of Spain. This demo is free and will be on-demand.

Paella, Spains National Dish

If you enjoy historic architecture, don't miss the program. Ladies, Legends, & Lakeside Dwellings - Alfredo Taylor in Norfolk presented by Ann Havemeyer and the Norfolk Library on Saturday, February 26 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Alfredo Taylor arrived in Norfolk in 1902 at the time when Norfolk was being transformed into the beautiful village that it is today. Learn the many ways that Taylor added to this movement of transformation that town residents and visitors still enjoy, untouched today. One of his greatest contributions was the creation of the Norfolk Green, one of the most classic and unspoiled in New England. Many of Taylors works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information and to sign up for this free program, visit the WIN website.

Sport House, 1930 Starling Childs

For sports-minded historians, the Norfolk Historical Society has teamed up with author and coach, Ariel Picton Kobayashi on Sunday, February 27 at 4 p.m. This Zoom talk will highlight the popularity of ski jumping across the northeast that was introduced by Norwegian immigrants. Learn how ski jumping became popular in the area and how and why it changed in the 1980s. Today, only a handful of ski towers remain including the one in nearby Salisbury. For more details and to register, visit the WIN  website.

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In addition, there will be two concerts by the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and a guided tour of the Battell Chapel's stained glass windows streamed on-demand. For links visit the WIN website.

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

In February 2022 - Warm Up To Winter @ Weekend in Norfolk

Considering the recent cold temperatures, 2022 is the perfect time to warm up to winter at Weekend in Norfolk, Connecticut on Saturday, February 26, and Sunday, February 27. This town-wide festival is featuring both in-person and virtual events that highlight the many treasures that this bucolic village in the heart of northwest Connecticut has to offer. 


Known for its scenic beauty, pure mountain air, and fresh spring water, Norwalk has been considered a summer resort since the 1870s and still retains this charming ambiance today. Winter in Norfolk is a very special season that exudes an old-fashioned New England appeal that can be experienced in many of the in-person events planned for this year's Winter WIN. Best of all, every event has been carefully curated and most are free of charge. 

To get a taste of Norfolk's great outdoors, take a walk on the wild side with John Anderson, a member of Norfolk's Conservation Committee, on Saturday, February 26 at 10 a.m. Find out how animals survive in the winter, look for interesting tracks, and learn how to spot porcupine dens. Hikers should meet at the Hub @ 2 Station Place in the center of town. Afterward, you can explore one of Norfolk’s many trails that are perfect for cross-country skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing. 


If you want to sharpen your photography skills, don’t miss the winter photography walk with Doug McDevitt on Sunday, February 27. Participants should meet at the Hub (2 Station Place) at 10 a.m. where there is a photo exhibit of Norfolk’s Land Trusts that is sure to get you in the mood! After a brief introduction participants will head out to the Mountain Road area to shoot some of Norfolk’s most scenic landscapes. Afterward, folks might want to head to the Norfolk Library and its photo exhibition featuring the work of Angus Mudge. 

For art lovers, there is the option to take a self-guided tour of the magnificent Tiffany stained glass windows at the Immaculate Conception Church and the Battell Chapel. 


The extraordinary stained glass windows by Tiffany at the Battell Chapel depict the four seasons, the center window shows a brilliant sunrise, and to its left, is spring and summer and to the right, is autumn and winter. In addition, there are three large stained glass windows designed by D. Maitland Armstrong of opalescent glass using a special layer technique that creates a great depth of field and a shimmering effect, especially on a sunny day. The Battel Chapel will be open both days from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; masks must be worn and social distancing observed. 

The Immaculate Conception Church will be open on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Sunday, after mass, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Here visitors can view ten exquisite stained-glass windows designed by architect Alfredo Taylor and created by Franz Mayer & Company of Munich, Germany. At the time, this company was awarded the status of "Royal Bavarian Art Establishment by King Ludwig II and was named by Pope Leo XIII as a "Pontifical Institute of Christian Art." Today the company is managed by the fifth generation of family members and work with renowned artists around the world. 

Another stop for art lovers is the Norfolk Library where visitors will be greeted by a sculpted owl that adorns the front porch and a children's creative art display that celebrates this beautiful library. An opening of this display with special treats will take place on Saturday, February 26 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. 


The Norfolk Library is also hosting two fascinating virtual programs. The first, "Ladies, Legends, and Lakeside Dwellings," is perfect for lovers of architectural history. Many of the homes lining the winding roads of Norfolk bear the signature of Alfredo Taylor, a Beaux-Arts architect whose work has come to define the look and style of much of this lovely town. Library Director and local historian, author, and Yale University graduate, Ann Havemeyer will present an illustrated talk on Taylor and his Norfolk works on Sunday, February 27 at 4 p.m. 

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Did you know that Norfolk once had an active ski jump? To celebrate that tidbit from the past, the Norfolk Historical Society will present a virtual program on Sunday, February 27 at 4 p.m. on Ski Jumping in the Northeast, featuring a talk by Ariel Picton Kobayashi, author, and ski coach. With the U.S. National Junior Ski Jumping Championships concluding in Salisbury, Connecticut on February 26, the timing for this fascinating look at the many ski towers that once dotted the landscape across the northeastern United States is especially meaningful.


If you are interested in Spanish cuisine, don’t miss the online cooking demonstration with Martiña Gago who will show you the step-by-step process of how to make authentic paella.


If you like unusual sports, don’t miss Saturday's, demonstration by the Norfolk Curling Club at the skating rink by the town baseball field on Mountain Road. The public is invited to participate in this ancient Scottish sport. The curling club event is being held in conjunction with the Fire Department’s bonfire and skating event at the rink. After having fun on the ice, warm up next to a bonfire with hot chocolate from the Curling Club and s’mores prepared by the Fire Department. 




ABOUT THE WIN (WEEKEND IN NORFOLK) COMMITTEE 

Now in its seventh year, the all-volunteer WIN Committee organizes two town-wide events annually: the Summer WIN and the Winter WIN. Norfolk’s town officials, the Economic Development Commission, and a multitude of local organizations, institutions, and individuals support the festivals.

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

NewsFlash - Weekend In Norfolk Feb. 26 & 27, 2022

This year get ready to experience Winter Weekend in Norfolk on Saturday 26 and Sunday, February 27. The Committee is putting the finishing touches on a number of exciting in-person and virtual events for folks near and far to enjoy whether right here in town or from the comfort of their living room. 

As you know, since the first weekend of August 2016, the town of Norfolk, Conn., has been welcoming visitors to its annual Weekend in Norfolk (WIN)—in-person, town-wide summer festivals featuring three days of concerts, art shows, kids’ events, games, workshops, open houses and tours, most of them free. 

Four years ago, Norfolk added a two-day mid-February festival celebrating and showcasing its winter charms.  This year there will be plenty of action including virtual tours and talks, in-person viewings, music, and art shows. In-person events include viewing Tiffany Stained Glass Windows @ the Battell Chapel, a Mushroom workshop @ Husky Meadows Farm, Ice Skating & bonfire for kids, authors talk about Ski Jumping in the Litchfield Hills, and much more. 

For complete event listings and up-to-the-minute information visit, weekendinnorfolk.org. All activities and events are free of charge. 

ABOUT THE WIN (WEEKEND IN NORFOLK) COMMITTEE 

Now in its seventh year, the all-volunteer WIN Committee organizes two town-wide events annually: the Summer WIN and the Winter WIN. The festivals are supported by Norfolk’s town officials, the Economic Development Commission, and a multitude of local organizations, institutions, and individuals.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Summer Fun Abounds @ Weekend in Norfolk July 30, 31 and August 1

Summer brings family road trips, ice cream sundaes, and playing water tag.  One of the best warm-weather activities for families that want to bond and have fun at the same time is to attend a festival like Weekend in Norfolk (WIN).  This town-wide celebration was created to offer something for everyone, with activities that won't break the bank, because all are free! From an exciting water soccer event, and chalk painting sidewalks with professional artists, to visiting real-life New England farms, and live music galore, there is something to please every member of your family. This year WIN is being held throughout the timeless town of Norfolk on Friday, July 30, Saturday, July 31, and Sunday, August 1. 

If you plan on getting out with your kids this weekend, here is a list of some of the activities WIN is offering to help you plan your visit.

On Friday, July 30, give your kids the lay of the land, by taking a short walk around Norfolk Green, one of the most beautiful in the state. The fountain at the south end of the green is picture-perfect. The marble fountain was designed by famous architect Stanford White in 1889 and has two basins including one for small animals! At 4:30 p.m. it is time to team up and head to the bocce court to test your throwing skills. At 5 p.m. there will be a live performance at nearby Station Place where you can grab a snack and listen to the music of the Grantville Dawgs. The Animal Embassy arrives at 6:30 p.m. and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser because it offers a hands-on experience with a variety of live animals that have been rescued. During this interactive program, your kids will learn about the diversity of life in a fun and entertaining way. And, at the same time and place, there'll be all kinds of lawn games to enjoy.

The fun begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 31 with the Farmers Market that offers fresh fruit and vegetables as well as an interesting array of arts and crafts. Just for WIN there will be an equestrian parade, starting at the market at 11 a.m.  If your children love water, don't miss the popular fire hose water soccer game that begins at 1 p.m. at the Town Playing Field on Mountain Road. For the budding artist in your family, head to the sidewalk painting area at Robertson Plaza in Station Place at 3 p.m. and let your imagination soar. Artist Susan Anderson well known for her pet portraits and scenic paintings will be on hand to offer stylistic tips and advice. The afternoon is rounded out by live music by Michael Cobb at Station Place beginning at 5 p.m. 

Sunday is Farm Funday with a special visit to each of Norfolk's four farms. Start the day at Husky Meadow Farms where kids will see fields, barns, an ancient orchard, and greenhouses. Kids can watch how bees pollinate the crops and learn how vegetables and fruits are grown organically. At Autumn Harvest Orchard, a highlight is to learn about beekeeping when visiting the hives at the orchard's apiary. Lost Ruby Farm is perfect for the animal lovers in your family. Here kids will get a sneak peek at the farm resident Saanen goats, a breed from Switzerland, plus chickens, pigs, and heritage breed turkeys. If you love tomatoes, stop in at Broad Field Farm to learn how they grow their heirloom tomatoes and to meet their two adorable farm dogs.

If you want to take a break from the self-guided farm tour, there is a nature walk of the North Swamp Trail at 10 a.m. and a photography session that will start out on Norfolk Green. For art lovers, there is a painting demonstration by watercolor artist Pamela Harnois at 1 p.m. in front of a wonderful arts and crafts shop, the Guilded Artisan, at 3 Station Place. To try out your artistic skills under the guidance of professional artist Turi Rostad head to Robertson Plaza, Station Place at 2 p.m. to try your hand at the sidewalk chalk painting event. WIN's final concert beginning at 4 p.m. features the acoustic music of singer, songwriter Jamal Ford-Bey.

For up to the minute details about Weekend in Norfolk, visit the website. to plan your perfect family road trip to Norfolk, Connecticut, and don't forget to bring your camera!

Monday, July 12, 2021

In Person Fun For All @ Weekend in Norfolk, July 30, 31 and August 1, 2021

Are you ready to experience the beauty of nature, art, music, and the great outdoors? Do you want to learn about art by watching visual transparent watercolor artist, Pamela Harnois, hard at work? Or, would you rather go on an evocative Postcard Stroll of the historic Village Green then, explore the Freedom Trail? If your kids love the water... make sure to bring them to our famous water soccer event sponsored by the Norfolk Fire Department, or let their artistic spirit soar as they create colorful images on our Station Place sidewalks sponsored by internationally known artist Karen Rossi. There is so much to do and see, in-person at the 2021Weekend in Norfolk (WIN), on Friday, July 30, Saturday, July 31 and, Sunday, August 1. To register for certain events and for up-to-the-minute information, check our website. Here are a few of our events that welcome everyone to come and have a good time in Norfolk, Connecticut.

Roam Norfolk's Great Outdoors

Explore the Historic District  - Experiencing the historic heart of Norfolk is like stepping back in time to the turn of the 20th century when Norfolk was a summer resort. This self-guided walk lets you take in the beauty of Norfolk at your own pace. Highlights include the 1898 Railroad Station, the Norfolk Library with its fish-scale shingles and fluted terra cotta tiled roof, the granite 1868 Soldiers Monument, the colorful turnpike sign, the imposing White House, home of the Yale Summer School of Music, the classic Church of Christ with its graceful tiered steeple, the Battell Chapel built in the Romanesque Revival style, and the Norfolk Academy that now houses the Norfolk Historical Society. A favorite spot for photos is the Battell Fountain, constructed in 1898 with its trough for animals on one side and a fountain for people on the other. This is an easy walk that takes about an hour. Maps are available @ the Hub at Station Place.

Battell Foundain

Experience the Freedom Trail - On this self-guided walk, you will find the grave of James Mars (1790-1880) in the Center Cemetery on Old Colony Road. Mars was a Connecticut slave that refused to follow his master to Virginia where he would have been denied emancipation guaranteed to him at age 25 under Connecticut law. With the help of the citizens of Norfolk, he remained in Connecticut. Mars helped to organize meetings to promote freedom for slaves and to improve conditions for African-Americans. James Mars is buried next to his father, Jupiter Mars, who served in the American Revolution.

Take the Challenge - One of the most popular events of WIN is the Hike the Peaks Challenge that dares lovers of the great outdoors to hike six of Norfolk Land Trust's peaks: Pine Mountain, East Summit Ridge, Beech Hill, Dennis Hill Gazebo Pavilion, and Haystack Mountain. For trail maps click here

The historic Norfolk Green

If you prefer a guided tour of the village green, reserve a spot for Friday, July 30 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. or Sunday, August 1, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. On Saturday, July 31, there will also be a Historic Postcard walk from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. All tours begin at the Norfolk Historical Society Museum.  

For nature lovers, sign up for the 1.5 mile guided walk of North Swamp Trail on Sunday, August 1,  from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Keep your eyes peeled for beavers that are known to be active at the southern end of the swamp! To brush up on your photography skills, don't miss your chance to shoot with the pros on Sunday, August 1 from 10 am to 12 noon. This session is limited to ten people who will meet at the Battell Fountain at the south end of the Village Green.

Calling all Art Aficionados

On all three days, the Immaculate Conception Church will be open for viewing stained glass windows. The Battell Chapel will be open on all three days at various times so people can see beautiful stained glass windows created by Tiffany that were installed in 1929. A guided tour of the Battell Chapel is being offered on Saturday, July 31 from 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., and on Sunday, August 1, from 12 noon to 12:30 p.m. To see more stained glass windows including a window created as a tribute to Mark Twain's wife, Olivia head to the Church of the Transfiguration that will be open on Saturday from 10 a.m. - noon and Sunday from noon to 1 p.m. Pick up a map to guide you on your tour.

Guilded Artisan

Pamela Harnois, a watercolor artist, designer, and instructor will be giving a watercolor demonstration at the Guilded Artisan @ Station Place on Sunday, August 1, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. that is sure to inspire the inner artist in you! An added bonus is to browse through this colorful shop that offers a wide array of arts and crafts, made by local artisans in every imaginable genre.

Artistic kids will love having a once-in-a-lifetime chance to paint Norfolk’s sidewalks. Sidewalk chalk will be available for two-hour sessions on Saturday and Sunday, at Station Place, complete with one or more of Norfolk’s many resident artists to offer encouragement.

Station Place

For Music Lovers

On Friday, July 30 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., the Grantville Dawgs spark up the night at Station Place with their special blend of music, and from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., and the Miro Quartet will be live-streamed at the Norfolk Hub performing the works of Puts and Dvorak.  

The Hub, Station Place

On Saturday, there will be an emerging artist showcase by the Norfolk Fellows live-streamed to the Norfolk Hub's big screen from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., presenting fresh interpretations of famous composers. On Saturday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Michael Cobb and his group will perform on Station Place. The last Saturday evening concert @ is the Hub, located at Station Place, and will feature the works of Kernis, Yi, and Dvorak from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Concerts @ the Hub are limited to 30 people.  The final concert of WIN is on Sunday, August 1 on Station Place from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Norfolk Farmers Market

Norfolk's  Farms - Naturally

Norfolk's famous Farmers Market on 19 Maple Avenue, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. is the ideal way to start your morning. It offers the bounty of the season as well as, arts and crafts created by local artisans. 

Sunday, August 1st  is "Farm Day" with all four of Norfolk's farms welcoming the public to take an insider's peek at life on a New England farm. 

The first stop of the day is  Husky Meadows, a certified organic farm offering tours from 9 a.m. to 12 noon giving visitors the rare opportunity to see the tricks of the trade. 

Your next stop is Autumn Harvest Orchard an organic farm, growing apples and blueberries using beehives to aid in pollination. They will be welcoming visitors to their farm from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  

Next, Lost Ruby Farm is open to the public from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. This small farmstead is a micro goat dairy creamery specializing in crafting small-scale handmade cheeses. The cheese-making process is fascinating and the goats are adorable making this a must-see stop for animal lovers! 

And, finally, Broad Field Farm promises to allow visitors a tour of their professional greenhouses where organic heirloom tomatoes and other produce are grown.

Thursday, April 1, 2021

How to Make Exploring Norfolk, Connecticut, Easy This Spring

Norfolk is an enchanting small community located high in the Litchfield Hills. Although it is a small town, it has an amazing number of things to do and see, sure to delight the whole family. Known for its natural beauty, classic village green, interesting shops, good eateries, and architectural treasures, this community also makes it easy for visitors to find their way around town. The folks that live here have made a series of virtual visits that give visitors a sneak peek into the Norfolk life that they enjoy and like to share with others. These videos are part of their town-wide, semi-annual festival Weekend in Norfolk (WIN) that takes place every winter and summer.




If you are in the mood to explore one of Connecticut's brightest hidden gems, you might want to watch these short videos to get the lay of the land.  A must-see video before an in-person exploration of Norfolk is the guided tour of the Battell Chapel's beautiful stained glass windows, designed by D. Maitland Armstrong and Louis Comfort Tiffany. Three large windows designed by Armstrong and made of opalescent glass fill the west end of the chapel. Tiffany’s five smaller windows face them from the east; they depict the four seasons, with a brilliant sunrise as the center. In addition to highlighting the magnificent stained glass windows, this video provides an overview of all of the attractions that surround Norfolk Green including the Congregational Church, the White House, the Yale Summer School of Music, the Stanford White Fountain, the Norfolk Historical Society, the Norfolk Library, Battell House and Battell Chapel. To view, the Stained Glass Windows video and more click here. Another option for history and architectural lovers is the nine-minute tour of Norfolk with historian, William Hosley. For the architectural tour of Norfolk click here


Originally founded in 1744 as a farming community, today Norfolk's farmers proudly carry on the town's agricultural heritage that can be seen in a fascinating video, "What Farmers Do in the Winter." Everyone knows that summer is the busiest time for farmers when they are taking care of their crops and produce, making cheese, and tending to their animals. This video gives viewers a glimpse into life on a New England farm in the winter. To watch the video click here.



Husky Meadows Farm is situated on three acres and is an organic-certified farm sustainably growing a wide variety of vegetables. In addition to vegetables, they tend to antique fruit trees including a one-hundred-year-old pear tree, planted by John Curtiss. A new venture that is highlighted in this video is the cultivation of log-grown mushrooms including shiitake, chestnut, and pearl mushrooms. Coming in the summer of 2021, Husky Meadows Farm will also be offering a Seed and Spoon Culinary Retreat to one Covid pod per weekend. For more information click here.  This is your chance to actually live on a Connecticut farm!



Broad Field Farm grows organic tomatoes and fresh vegetables and sells them at local farmers' markets as well as at their own stand on Winchester Road in season. In this video, enter an empty greenhouse and learn about the work and different techniques used to cultivate organic produce. The surprising amount of winter office work from ordering seeds to planning for crop rotation and getting the greenhouse ready for cultivation is also discussed.



Lost Ruby Farm is a micro goat dairy and creamery specializing in crafting small-scale handmade cheeses. They use only milk from their small herd of pasture-raised goats. This heartwarming video shows how lovingly these goats are cared for and is an interesting glimpse of how the goats live in the winter. If you are a cheese lover and want to try their cheeses, Lost Ruby Farm is open for farm pick-ups Thursday to Sunday at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Pre-orders 24 hours in advance are required and can be made by clicking here.



These are just a few highlights of the many videos to choose from when visiting the Weekend in Norfolk website. There is something for everyone online that will appeal to the entire family and make in-person visits easy. For a complete listing of videos including many from the Summer 2020 virtual festival  click https://weekendinnorfolk.org