They hold one service every year at the old meetinghouse. It’s the oldest meetinghouse in the country and most of the year it’s closed, although I’m pretty sure you can rent it for weddings, though I’m not sure how.
The meetinghouse is open on Thanksgiving morning and there is a Quaker service. The church is only slightly heated, just enough to make it possible to sit there for an hour and a half and unless the day is unusually warm, you need to wear your overcoat even during the service. It’s cold and the pews are hard, but it’s the perfect place to give thanks.
Besides the autumn poets sing,
A few prosaic days
A little this side of the snow
And that side of the haze.
A few incisive mornings,
A few ascetic eves, –
Gone Mr. Bryant’s golden-rod,
And Mr. Thomson’s sheaves.
- Top 10 – Autumn Foliage Destinations (essentialtravel.co.uk)
- why trees are planted along the roads and around the buildings? (greenanswers.com)
- Lake Chaubunagungamaug In Autumn (teepee12.wordpress.com)
- Variations On Autumn, Red . . ., And Green – We Are Born Like This (kenneturner.com)