News & Special Events



Thanksgiving Pies!

posted Aug 13, 2013, 12:12 PM by Susan Averill   [ updated Nov 4, 2016, 12:41 PM ]


Thanks to our talented pie baker, Linda, we are able to offer a wonderful selection this year, sure to please every palate!

Classic Apple
Apple Crumb
Sour Cream Apple Cranberry Crumb
Classic Pumpkin
Pumpkin with Ginger Crumb Crust topped with Maple Glazed           Walnuts
Coconut Cream
Pecan with Chocolate Ganache
High 5, (5 Organic Berries)

Orders must be in by November 18 and be picked up on Wednesday, November 23.  You may order in person, by a phone call to 860-868-2777, message Averill Farm on Facebook, or send an email to info@averillfarm.com











An Iliad - Sept 9 & 10

posted Sep 3, 2011, 3:29 PM by Kristine Averill   [ updated Aug 30, 2016, 5:01 AM by Susan Averill ]



Gather around the campfire as the Poet arrives in his pickup truck, compelled to tell one of the greatest war stories of all time!

An Iliad 
by Lisa Peterson and Denis O'Hare
adapted from Homers Iliad, translated by Robert Fagles
Produced by Brad Learmonth / Brad@Large
Directed by James Blaszko
Featuring Patrick Vincent Curran

September 9th and 10th (Raindate September 11th)
7pm (NO late entry)
Bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
Tickets (suggested donation) available at www.tinyurl.com/iliadCT

Under the direction and design of James Blaszko, An Iliad unfolds in the unlikely yet poignant backdrop of the Averill Farm's orchards and barn, in the waning light of day. An intimate audience of 35 gathers around a campfire to hear this breathtaking modern retelling of Homers classic, powerfully and singularly performed by Patrick Vincent Curran, reflecting the manner in which Homer himself may have told the tale.

Audiences are drawn into the fateful clash between Achilles and Hector on the battlefields of the Trojan War by the unexpected use of the truck, a car and a drone, taking the story further out of the theater and grounding it in the here and now. A litany of wars and battles land a visceral blow to the senses, which is done with deftness of humor, pathos, horror and humanity.


Pizza in the Orchard!

posted Sep 3, 2011, 3:24 PM by Kristine Averill   [ updated Oct 29, 2016, 4:32 AM by Susan Averill ]



Lots of people came for lunch in September and October! Today, October 29 is the last day for this season. Come enjoy!

Cassandra Purdy and her amazing crew, of Pizza to the People,  were here every Saturday and Sunday, except when cold, rain, or wind interfered. They offer the most fabulous, wood-fired PIZZA with fresh, local ingredients




If you need an awesome caterer,visit their website www.pizzatothepeople.net
(or contact Cass @ pizzatothepeople.net or 203-770-6253)



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