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Wine, Gourmet Food, and Art at Huddleston Farmhouse, June 28

June 25, 2012 Leave a comment
Huddleston Farmhouse

Huddleston Farmhouse. staff photo, (c) 2012, all rights reserved.

By Jen Thomas
On behalf of Indiana Landmarks

Treat yourself to a relaxing summer evening on a historic farm enjoying wine, art and gourmet food. “Wine Down on the Farm,” on June 28, 2012, at 5:30 p.m., at the historic Huddleston Farmhouse in Wayne County, will feature a variety of Wilson Wines, produced locally on the Wilson family farm in Randolph County, as well as cuisine from Tanglevine Crossing, a shop in Farmland with delectable treats. Heavy appetizers, shrimp, cheese, fruit and desserts will be available.

The art will be in the house, in the barn and outside. In the yellow barn, Fort Wayne artist Gwen Gutwein’s show reveals her passion for historic barns. In what she calls her Barn Project, she is striving to capture two historic barns from each of Indiana’s 92 counties on canvas.

In the 1841 farmhouse, you’ll find works by Indiana Plein Air Painters, on loan from the Richmond Art Museum. While outdoors, you can watch plein air artists at work.

Indiana Landmarks’ Huddleston Farmhouse operates as the National Road Heritage Site with exhibits offering a picture of travel along the history byway from pioneer era to the present. The historic farm complex is located on the west edge of Cambridge City, 17 miles west of Richmond and 50 miles east of Indianapolis.

Wine Down on the Farm

Thursday, June 28, 2012, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Huddleston Farmhouse, 838 National Road, Mt. Auburn (west edge of Cambridge City)

$35 for Indiana Landmarks members; $50 for nonmembers


For more information, visit, or call 765-478-3172.

Editor’s Acknowledgment: JTPR, Inc.