New England attraction which depicts life in early 1770
Photo Credit: Maynard Stanley Jr
Web Site Camden- Rockport Historical Society Welcome to Conway Homestead and grounds, which include the Conway House and Barn, Maple Sugar House, Blacksmith Shop, and the Cramer Museum. A "must-see" New England attraction which depicts life in early 1770
Bean Hole Bean Suppers, the 2nd Saturday each month
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July 9th , August 13th, Sept 10th, October 8th WE will have live music Too !
PLEASE JOIN US good food and a good time : bean-hole beans baked by Maynard Stanley Jr. in a hole in the ground at the Camden-Rockport Historical Society's historic Conway House complex, The supper starts at 5:00 p.m. and continues until the beans - Maine yellow-eyed beans cooked underground the old-fashioned way - run out. Menu: beans, Kirshner hot dog, coleslaw, biscuits with real butter and a pickle or two, plus an iced drink or coffee and the famous pie table, all homemade. The cost is $10 adults, $8 seniors and members, and $5 for those age 6 to 12, no charge for children under 6.
Those who become a member of the Historical Society that evening eat for free.