A Moonviewing Concert will be held at the Hammond Museum on Saturday, August 29th, 2015, The evening will begin with a tea ceremony introduction by Michael McKenna at 6:30 pm Traditional Japanese music will be played in the garden. (weather permitting) at 8:30 pm
Moonvewing is a tradition that was begun by Natalie Hays Hammond in 1966. The Japanese Stroll Garden, lit by paper lanterns, is a magical setting for this ancient custom, which every August brings together people and traditions of the East and West. The evening will begin with a tea ceremony introduction by Michael McKenna at 6:30pm Traditional Japanese music will be played in the garden.
Concert Tickets Only: for Museum Members $15, Non-Members $20 and Children over 6 $10.For more information, please call or contact: Lorraine Laken: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bento box dinners are available and must be pre-ordered. For dinner reservations contact email@example.com.
The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden is located at 28 Deveau Road in North Salem