It is with deep regret that I must tell you our former tenants, Doreen & Steve Piechota are no longer at Walker Homestead. Our differences in business practices made it impossible to continue working together and we were forced to ask them to leave Walker Homestead and discontinue the use of our name. I am extremely disappointed in their handling of the situation and hope that they are able to move forward in their lives with a more positive attitude, wishing them great success in all that they do.
As we await the return of our e-mail and mailing lists, please sign up for updates by contacting me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org (note the NEW E-MAIL) or calling 508-867-4466. I welcome your comments and concerns and look forward to working with you in the future.
That being said, we are continuing to move forward with our plans for Walker Homestead. ALL EVENTS SCHEDULED AT WALKER HOMESTEAD WILL CONTINUE AND WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS, contrary to insinuations made by others. Please visit our website for our current schedule of events and appearances.
Over the next couple of weeks, many changes are coming to Walker Homestead! We are renovating the shop, cleaning & repainting, to make it the best it can be. You will find a new look, lots of new merchandise and plenty of wonderful country antiques! Feel free to stop by and watch our progress as we move forward… we’d love to have you!
We will continue to host Walker Homestead’s Antique & Primitive Goods Show on the Saturday of Father’s Day weekend in June and the last Saturday in September (SEPTEMBER 29TH… SAVE THE DATE!). A celebration of the past, with over 40 vendors of country antiques & handmade primitive goods, live bluegrass music, food and lots of fun for all… you are encouraged to come in colonial garb, we’ll be dressed for the occasion!
We are in the process of putting many of our potted plants to bed, but our heirloom gardens are open and you are welcome to come take a stroll, enjoy the peace & quiet of rural New England.
A visit with the chickens, peacocks, sheep and goats is always fun… our spring lambs are growing up and will soon be going off to new homes, but there are lots of new chicks around to entice you! Miss Chickie became a mom this spring and you will find her wandering around the gardens with her little Pearl right at her side.
I will continue to update you on our progress and Paul & I look forward to your visits with great anticipation.
Stay well and keep in touch, with love,