People came to enjoy music, browse crafts for purchase, and eat burgers and hot dogs among the sculptures on the grounds. Not to mention that view of Echo Bay and Long Island Sound.
It was just one in a series of concerts and events that Eric Woodlin, owner of Incoming Tide Entertainment, organized on the grounds of the historic cottage, which is owned by the city.
He began the concert series a couple of years ago.
Crafts included pottery…
…fabrics and other items.
Today’s event, which included yoga and Zumba workshops might have seemed in danger in recent days with bad weather forecast. But when I stopped by about 3:30 p.m., the weather was perfect. Sunny and breezy.
The grounds are open during the summer on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. for anyone to picnic, meditate, paint or just enjoy the scenery.
Top photo shows singer and musician Charles Hipser of New Rochelle performing.