Yoga By the Pasture

Wednesday evenings@ 6:30 pm

Vinyasa yoga for all levels with instructor Dore VanSlyke. Minimum age 16. This beautifully balanced flow class (Vinyasa) incorporates all aspects of practice: pranayama (breathwork), meditation, seated, standing, back bending & balancing postures, and a full savasana. Attention will be given to proper alignment for safe & sustainable practice, and modifications and advancements will be offered. You will leave feeling calm, rejuvenated, and glowing! Geared toward yogis of all levels. All participants must sign a waiver.

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Orpheus Guitar Duo

Thursday, July 29 @ 7:30 p.m.

Orpheus Guitar Duo ( Joseph Ricker and Jamie Balmer) has been lauded as "brilliant and wild thinking artists," and "among the premiere ensembles...defining 21st-century performance practice." This program takes place in the spacious Events Tent at Gore Place. Parking is free. For program details, visit

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Saturday Mansion Tour

Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Take a tour of the mansion at Gore Place, one of New England's most fascinating historic houses. Your guide will lead you around the exterior of the house, pointing out interesting architectural features. Then, you'll go inside to see the elegant rooms on the ground floor. Tours are limited to six guests. Facemasks required.

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Walking Tour

Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Walk the grounds of the estate and learn the history of Gore Place as a country seat and working farm of the early 1800s. Though much of the farm is gone today; Gore Place has restored the mansion, carriage house, and farmer’s cottage; and kept the original 50 acres of what was a 200-acre farm. Tours are limited to 9 guests.

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Nature Identification Workshop

Saturday, August 21, 9:30 to 11:30 Rain date Saturday, August 28:

Visit Gore Place and learn about our new project on iNaturalist. iNaturalist is an online platform that allows users to record observations, identify living things, and contribute to a body of data used by scientists and researchers around the world. We are launching a project to record as many of the living things as we can find on our grounds. Join us for this in-person program to learn more about our iNaturalist project and start making observations. This workshop is designed for adults and teens. Children are welcome, but you must be 13 years or older to create an iNaturalist account.

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To Do the Good I Expected

August 24, September 7 and 21; and October 5 at 4 and 6 pm.

Join a special tour of Gore Place about Robert Roberts. Roberts was an author, abolitionist, leader in Boston's free black community, and servant at Gore Place. The tour emphasizes the value of labor and the many challenges of changing the world while living in it. This program was made possible by a 2019 grant from Mass Humanities.

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Virtual Astronomy Night

Thursdays, September 2 and 16; October 7 and 21; November 4 and 18, 2021. 7 pm.

Join our expert astronomer, Nick, for an awesome educational experience online. You will learn how to find some key stars and constellations and hear stories of the origin of their names from mythology. This program is one hour and takes place on Zoom. Unsure how to feel about a zoom presentation? We hear you. Here’s what one visitor had to say about the online format of this program: “I was super excited about possibly being outside to learn about the stars but wasn’t sure about how it would be presented online. It was fantastic. We were able to view the constellations along with Nick’s mythological stories associated with the stars.” Stellarium alongside Nick’s expertise is the best!

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Tot Time at the Nature Playscape

1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, September through November

Explore nature with rocks, sticks, water, and more. Provocations to explore different elements of nature are open-ended and allow children to do as little or as much of an activity as they like. There will be a different focus each month with new activities. Children ages 2-6 years, with an adult. Reservations are required. Maximum 10 children. No older siblings, please. Please dress children in clothes they will be comfortable potentially getting wet and dirty in, and closed-toe shoes. Masks are required to participate!

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Tuesday, September 14, 2021 @ 7:30 pm

Eric Boodman (fiddle, feet, and voice), Jesse Ball (guitar, mandolin, feet, accordion, and voice), and Casey Murray (cello and banjo) play Traditional Music of New England! You won't want to miss this concert. It will get you up and dancing!  The concert will take place under the spacious Century Tent. Covid restrictions apply.

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Foggy Mountain Consort

Wednesday, September 22 at 7:30 pm

The Foggy Mountain Consort is Boston’s premier R&B band – that is, Renaissance & Bluegrass. This five-member ensemble fuses the delicate beauty of Renaissance music with the inventiveness and energy of fiddle and banjo-driven roots music, with the honest beauty of traditional folk songs.

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Ruth Rappaport and Ben Wetherbee

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, @ 7:30 pm

Guitarist Ruth Rappaport plays traditional music of America, Ireland, and the British Isles. Ben Wetherbee is an exciting fiddler and harmonica player. Hold onto your hats because their music is hard-driving! The concert will take place under the spacious Century Tent.  Covid restrictions apply.

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Laurel Martin, Jim Prendergast, Mark Roberts, and Kieran Jordan

Wednesday, October 6, 2021, @ 7:30 pm

Laurel Martin plays with a lyrical, subtle style that is influenced by the old regional fiddle styles of Ireland. Guitarist Jim Prendergast spent thirty years working in the studios and orchestra pits of Nashville. Flute and Bajouki player Mark Roberts

Tickets are $21 for general admission, $19 for members, and $16 for students. Space is limited and you must order your tickets in advance.

This program takes place in the spacious Events Tent at Gore Place. Parking is free. For tickets, visit This program takes place in the spacious Events Tent at Gore Place. Parking is free. For program details, visit

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New England Irish Harp Orchestra

Wednesday, October 27, 2021, @ 7:30 pm

 The Irish harp is the original instrument of Irish traditional music and has a beautiful, etheric quality. This wonderful group of harpers, fiddlers, flutists, and singers perform traditional Irish tunes. The group is led by Regina Delaney, an  Irish harper, singer, and dancer.

This concert will take place in the spacious event tent at Gore Place.

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