• Music: Market fave Dan Goree is making his last appearance of the season. The guitarist and vocalist who's originally from the Pacific Northwest began singing and playing guitar at a young age. A global traveler, Goree brings different sounds and perspectives to his interpretation of country and American rhythm and blues, taking audience members on a journey through American music. So be herYou can join that journey between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
He'll be preceded by Wildwood, with its violin-and-vocal sampling of a range of music from 8:30 to 10 a.m.
• Walkabouts: We'll be walking to the historic Quaker Cemetery Saturday as part of a 1.5-mile walk. The cemetery was created when Farmington founder Arthur Power donated land in 1832 for it and a Quaker Meeting House. Our walk will be a preview of a cemetery visit on Sunday that will benefit the Warner Mansion. For more information on that event, click here.
• Keeping dogs away from food: We are now asking dog owners, especially those with large dogs, to keep their pets at least three feet away from tables displaying food, especially when those tables are as loaded as they are this time of year. Thank you for your co-operation.