Join us at our dining event as we prepare a 1700's American trailside feast recalling the days of John Pynchon, the colonies' first cattle drover. We hand rub prime ribs of beef with an age old recipe of spices and slowly roast it for hours over a huge fire pit. Watch us make fritters and chowder of the sea in cast iron cauldrons over open fires.
These are just the beginning of an endless feast (eight tables long!) including other seasonal entrées and a large variety of hot and cold vegetable dishes. At our dining event, enjoy an assortment of delightful baked goods and fresh home baked shortcake or pies topped with real whipped cream. Enjoy horse drawn wagon rides, live entertainment, demonstrations by period crafts people and a Cow Puncher Drink.
Available Dates for Drover's Roast:
Held twice a year; always on Fathers' Day and the 2nd Sunday of September.
September 8, 2013 - Sunday
Event dates will be removed when they are SOLD OUT.
Please check your dates when you are ordering.
Historic Drover's Roast Dining Event Schedule:
Festivities begin at 2:00pm. Feasting begins at 3:30pm
Cost of Tickets:
- $58.00 per adult
- $25.00 per child (under 10 yrs. old)
(tax and gratuities included)
Call 508-867-2345 to purchase tickets
The Drover's Roast is an advanced ticket only event.
For more information, download our Drover's Roast Informational brochure.