Posts Tagged“sharon”

Jam Food Shop

Do NOT look at JAM’s Instagram account if you are hungry. Ok do, but make sure you know you’ll be going there soon! JAM Food shop, found within Sharon Farm Market, makes photogenic food, not to mention really delicious food. We decided that while we were up in Sharon checking out Kokoro, we’d put a visit to JAM firmly on our schedule. We’ve been drooling over their Insta long enough.

During our rainy drive north to Sharon, CT to take a Kinesoma class and meet Sandrine Harris, the founder of the program, we realize that neither of us really have any idea what we’re about to do! We haven’t had time to do our research, but we do know there will be elements of movement and dance. So, we arrive with open minds and our usual sense of adventure (and humor)!

John Scofield is and artist and designer living in Sharon, CT with his wife Bartley Johnstone, and their daughter, Evie. John’s folding music stand is in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. His work has been published and reviewed in Arts, Design Times, Elle Decor, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Metropolis, New York Times, Progressive Architecture, Traditional Home, Vogue and other publications. We visited with John and Bartley a couple of weeks ago, and we present to you; “At Home with John Scofield.”

To be perfectly honest, ever since our trip to the Sharon Playhouse a couple of weeks ago to see Little Shop of Horrors, I’ve been pining a little bit. It was that good. It’s the most magical little country playhouse you can imagine…and if you imagine a country playhouse equals small time productions, you’re mistaken. It’s discoveries like this that have Lora and I high-fiving that we ventured into Unlocking Litchfield together.