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Becket Day – Saturday, November 4th

Saturday, November 4

Join us for a day of eating, arts, live music, and a whole lot of fun! Come celebrate our hilltown by starting your day at the Neon Newt for the Becket Breakfast Special. Grab lunch at the Route 8 Pub and then head to the Becket Arts Center for the Thanksgiving Play staged reading from 2-4pm. End your day with cocktails, games, conversation, live music, and dinner at the Dream Away Lodge starting at 5pm.

Becket Arts Center
The Thanksgiving Play
 is a one-act satirical comedy that revolves around four white individuals attempting to create a politically correct First Thanksgiving play for Native American Heritage Month in schools.

In their endeavor, the director, Logan, hires a Native American actor to provide cultural guidance. However, it is later revealed that the actor is actually white and only portrays Native American characters when not playing other ethnicities. Without an authentic Native voice, the four white individuals must navigate the challenges of privilege, historical accuracy, and adherence to school district rules. Their journey through this intricate terrain forms the crux of the play’s comedic narrative.

Dream Away Lodge – 5pm into the evening:
Cocktails, Dinner and Live Performances

Reservations for dinner can be made at:
Performances are free but we do ask that you bring cash to tip the talent.
6pm – Dave Bacon with Simon Guthrie
8pm – Purple Dawn


Saturday, November 4
7:00 am - 11:30 pm