Join us in the Barn on Halloween Eve as The Welcome Table performs Washington Irving’s famous ghostly tale through storytelling and song. Enjoy seasonal treats, baked goods, coffee, and cider (additional libations ~ cash bar).
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. We will livestream on the Dunham Tavern Museum Facebook page for those who would like to view the performance virtually.
Ichabod Crane, Katrina Van Tassel, Brom Bones and Sleepy Hollow are names that conjure up vivid memories of haunted country sides of long ago as told by Washington Irving, one of America’s first authors of notoriety and acclaim. It’s a harvest party at the Van Tassels homestead where Ichabod dances, feasts and listens to ghost stories. His real goal is to ask for the hand of Katrina. His well-laid plans never materialize. But something else does. Something dark, dangerous, foreboding and, yes, creepy because it’s headless! The three-person team of The Welcome Table combine storytelling, drama, and music to create a unique Halloween program and a fresh new experience of one of America’s first ghost stories.
This is a socially distanced event. We will be operating at drastically reduced capacity, so don’t delay in claiming your spot! If you are attending with someone, please make your advanced reservation together so that you can be seated accordingly—seats will be assigned and distanced. Masks required.