The Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society will host a pizza night, with some of the pies made in the museum’s brick oven.
Submitted by Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society
On Saturday, Feb. 27, Harry’s Bishop’s Corner restaurant owners Kevin and Anne Plaut are taking pizza to the 18th century. The Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society will host a Pizza Night in a historic setting.
Hot pizza (some fresh from the brick oven), salad, and lemon sorbet make up the menu for this fun evening out. “Brick oven pizza can’t be beat and the museum’s reproduction hearth and bake oven are perfect for it,” said Public Programs Manager Sarah St. Germain.
Families are invited to join in the fun at 5:30 p.m. with kid-appropriate live music by Rick Spencer and activities for kids. Kids can even create their own mini pizza. At 7:30 p.m., an evening for adults will include dinner, live music by Rick Spencer, and tavern games.
“We are excited and honored to partner with the Noah Webster House for a pizza night fundraiser. It’ll be great to get out of the restaurant and into the community to raise money and support the wonderful programs that the NWH offers,” said Anne Plaut about the event.
Families are invited at 5:30 with crafts and entertainment for kids. The 7:30 event is strictly for grown-ups.
Tickets include dinner, live music by Rick Spencer, entertainment, unlimited kids drinks, and one drink per adult. A cash bar will also be available for those ages 21 and up. Tickets are $25 for age 15 and up ($20 for museum members) and $15 for kids 14 and under. A family discount is available – just call 860-521-5362 x21. Reservations are required. Visit www.noahwebsterhouse.org for more information and reservations.
The Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society is grateful to the Greater Hartford Arts Council and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving for their continued support.
The Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society is a cultural destination where citizens can learn to understand and appreciate the past. The museum preserves the birthplace of Noah Webster, the founding father, educator, author, and lexicographer who taught generations of Americans what it means to be American. This National Historic Landmark is also a repository for the history of West Hartford, the community that molded NoahWebster’s future and is still thriving over 250 years later. The historic house and exhibit spaces are open daily 1 until 4 p.m. For information on the museum’s extensive school and public programs, please visit www.noahwebsterhouse.org or call (860) 521-5362.