Fall Party at Keeler Tavern

On September 29th, join Keeler Tavern for a special evening to benefit  the educational programs at their Museum & History Center, which currently serves over 2,300 children from 21 schools across the region.  Guests will be treated to hors d’oeuvres and dinner by Sarah Bouissou Catering a well as cocktails and spirits by the Litchfield Distillery. There will also be live music by the Cold Weather Company, a roaming magician, games and beer in the Keeler Barn, a live auction, and several fabulous raffle items.

In addition to dinner, drinks, and fun, the evening will feature the recipients of the Anna Keeler Teaching Award. The Anna Keeler Award for Excellence in History and Civics Education is named after Anna Keeler Resseguie, the youngest daughter of Timothy and Esther Keeler who famously operated Keeler Tavern during the Revolution. This year, the 3rd grade team at Farmingville Elementary School, Christine Parsons, Emily Casolo, and Beth Zawatski, are the recipients of the Anna Keeler Award and will be honored during the Fall Party.

The evening starts at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $145 per person. For educators, the tickets are $125 per person (limited to educator and one guest). You can upgrade to VIP +$100 to get a pass for parking at the Visitor Center. Sponsorships are also available.

For questions or to reserve tickets by phone, please call 203-438-5485.

To reserve your tickets online, please visit the Keeler Tavern Museum’s website

Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center

132 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877