Join the fun at “A Colonial Dinner in New England” and enjoy a unique Colonial-era inspired dining experience at our 17th-century house museum on November 14, 2015, Saturday, with one seating at 6:30 p.m.
The dinner will be prepared and presented by members of the Historical Society of Smithfield, dressed and in character as 18th-century Colonists.
The Smith-Appleby House dates to 1696 and was built by Elisha Smith, the grandson of John Smith “The Miller,” a member of Roger Williams’ original party of six men who left the Massachusetts Bay Colony to start the colony of Providence, Rhode Island, in 1636.
Expanded from its original construction as a one-room stone-ender cottage, the delicately restored 12-room historic farmhouse features beautiful cabinet work, varied architectural designs, original stencils, and furnished rooms showcasing an intriguing collection of antiques.
The cost for the dinner is $35 per person. Reservations are required, and the dinner is always a sell-out. Call: 401-231-7363 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.