The Remick Museum is hosting a murder mystery dinner theater at 6:00 on Friday,
October 25, 1878. Up to ten participants will be both cast members and suspects at the historic Captain Enoch Remick house, located behind the Barnstormers Theater in Tamworth Village. No acting (or criminal) experience required, just a willingness to have fun and maybe get their hands bloody (figuratively speaking). The Captain Enoch Remick House was built in 1808 by Enoch’s father, John. It later served as residence and doctor’s office for Enoch’s grandson and great grandson, both named Edwin, who together served Tamworth for 99 years.
The following afternoon, Saturday, October 26, from 12–4, Scott Travis, local brewer extraordinaire, will be sharing his knowledge, experience and beer brewing stories as he demonstrates the fine and historical art of brewing ale. Scott is a home brewer of beer and an overall tasty beer enthusiast. He can be
Brewer Extraordinaire, Scott Travis
found at the Wolfeboro Area Farmer’s Market on Thursday afternoons. Scott will be the brewer at Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Company in West Ossipee when it opens.
Contact the Remick Museum at 603-323-7591 for more information about these and other events that showcase the museum’s strengths: good food, great company, and tantalizing visions of our shared past.
The Remick Museum and Farm’s mission is to educate a broad and diverse public to the value and significance of the medical practice and agricultural way of life of the country doctor and to preserve and interpret the Remick property and collections for the benefit of the public.
The Museum is located at 58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH. Please call (603) 323-7591 for more information or look us up on our website: http://www.remickmuseum.org.