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Fall events kick off in Hamilton with outdoor movies and concerts

Food truck at a previous event at Patton Homestead (photo courtesy)

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HAMILTON — With concerts in Patton Park heading into the summer, what should hapless souls in Hamilton do? For fall entertainment, why not head to the Patton Homestead.

The town has hosted two movies and four concerts at the Homestead in the coming weeks.

The first movie to be shown this weekend is a classic back to the futureAttendees can see a real DeLorean and “rock out to Qwill’s ’80s tunes” to set the mood.

Venue opens at 5:30pm and the movie starts at 7:15pm.

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If people don’t want to bring a picnic, Sheila’s Food Truck is on hand. True North Ales serves beer.

The second movie will be released on October 14th. Field of DreamsAll arrangements will be the same back to the future.

The only difference this time is that there will be a 5:30 “Meet and Greet” with the Mudville Vintage Ball Club and a presentation – a picnic on the lawn.


The music series returns as Fall Music Sessions in response to popular requests. Four days are set from September 22nd to October 16th.

“Get food and drinks from the on-site vendors, or bring your own picnic and spend the night on the lawn listening to music, seeing friends, and letting the kids roll the hills again and again. Please,” said the host.

Picnic benches are provided on site, but chairs and blankets are recommended for comfort on the lawns and hillsides below.

“The summer season may be over and the air may be chilly, but don’t stop soaking up the magical autumn light as the leaves slowly begin to turn gold and reddish brown and winter is just around the corner. corner,” said the concert announcement.

The lineup includes:

  • 9/22 – Barnacle Brothers – A lively reggae, artful blend of folk + jazz
  • 9/29 – Judes + the Hutch – covers of upbeat popular music
  • 10/6 – Qwill – Salem’s Bon Iver, Dreamy Acoustic Atmosphere
  • 10/13 – Local 28 – Loud Lockout!

The fall music session is a way for the town of Hamilton to “promote awareness of this beautiful property, and in doing so the town will be better able to support the preservation of such sites,” organizers said. has said.

“We invite you to come together at this historic building for this series of public events, as well as for recreation and leisure in your free time. The grounds are open to the public from dawn to dusk.”

The homestead was donated to the town by Joan Patton in 2012. For over 90 years, the Patton family, including General George S. Patton (World War II), his son George Smith his Patton his IV General, and his wife Joan Holbrook his Patton, have maintained this historic I was calling all the houses. and property owner.

Other things the organizers said the public should be aware of:

  • Sunny weather only – updates posted on Patton Homestead social media and the Town of Hamilton website
  • dogs on leash welcome
  • Please bring a chair or picnic blanket. Limited seating on site.