The public is invited to an Open House at Sheep Hill in Williamstown on Saturday November 20 from 2:30 to 4 PM. Sheep Hill is a conservation property and the headquarters of the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation. Leslie Reed-Evans, Executive Director of the WRLF, states: "It is often difficult for people to stop in at Sheep Hill during the week and so we like to offer weekend hours through open houses throughout the year. Visitors can view the art exhibit now hanging at Sheep Hill, see the barn restoration progress, or take a late fall hike, weather permitting. It's a nice way to open the building to the public on a weekend." All sales of artwork in the exhibit, which includes paintings and photographs, directly support the WRLF. Hot cider and other fall treats, as well as activities for children, will be offered and WRLF's photo note cards will be available for sale.
The Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation is a non-profit, member-supported land conservation trust which works to preserve the rural New England character of the area and sponsors nature education, local history and seasonal food events throughout the year. Sheep Hill is located on Route 7 south in Williamstown, approximately one mile south of the rotary. Program support provided by the Williamstown Savings Bank. For more information visit www.wrlf.org or call 458-2494.
Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation
671 Cold Spring Road
Williamstown, MA 01267