All proceeds will benefit the Pawlet Town Hall restoration project.
"Easter time will see most of our baby goats born and frolicking in their yard," said Angela Miller of Consider Bardwell Farm. "It's always the most alive time of the year at the farm; new babies, new moms, and fresh milk being made into cheese. It's our favorite holiday, and we want to share it with all the villagers of Pawlet and West Pawlet. Last year Beth Kashner, Sarah Post and Allison Achor wore prize-winning Easter bonnets, and this year we hope many more people will dress up in their Easter finery."
Advance tickets are on sale at Lakes Lampshades in Pawlet Village and from Miller at the West Pawlet Farmers Market on Fridays from 4-7 p.m. The cost is $15 for adults and $5 for kids ages six- to 12-years-old. Children under five-years-old will be admitted free of charge.
For more information contact Sue LaPorte at 802-325-3424 or find "Consider Bardwell Easter Brunch" on Facebook.