Huddleston Farmhouse presents Wine Down on the Farm!

Indiana Landmarks event features Hoosier wine, food, and music on Sept. 16

CAMBRIDGE CITY (July 28, 2016) – The 1841 Huddleston Farmhouse and Barn provides the backdrop for the 5th annual Wine Down on the Farm!, a celebration of local heritage, food, wine and art on Sept. 16. The event is sponsored by Indiana Landmarks and the Richmond Art Museum with support from First Bank of Richmond.

Guests will find artists from Indiana Plein Air Painters Association and the New Richmond Group at work on the grounds and selling their paintings of the site along with additional reasonably priced works. Historic paintings from the Richmond Art Museum collection will be exhibited in the historic farmhouse.

For the harvest meal, local chef Jen Ferrell will use seasonal ingredients from farms in Wayne County and the immediate environs.

Indiana Landmarks’ Huddleston Farmhouse operates as the National Road Heritage Site with exhibits offering a picture of travel along the byway from pioneer era to the present. The historic farm complex is located at 838 National Road (U.S. 40) on the west edge of Cambridge City, 17 miles west of Richmond and 50 miles east of Indianapolis.

Wine Down on the Farm! takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets for the event are $50 per person ($35 for Indiana Landmarks and Richmond Art Museum members) and must be purchased in advance online at or by calling 317-639-4534 or 800-450-4534.

WHAT:                 Wine Down on the Farm!

WHEN:                 Friday, Sept. 16, 6-9 p.m.

WHERE:               Huddleston Farmhouse, 838 National Road, Cambridge City, Indiana

COST:                   $50 per person ($35 for Indiana Landmarks and Richmond Art Museum members)

TICKETS:              Online at or call Indiana Landmarks, 317-639-4534


Media contacts: J.P. Hall, Indiana Landmarks’ Eastern Regional Office, 765-478-3172, or Shaun Dingwerth, Richmond Art Museum, 765-966-0256,


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