Noteworthy, a Dover Sherborn a cappella group, entertained in the Fisher Barn.
Thanks to the Dover Sherborn High School's a cappella singing group, Noteworthy, the Dover Historical Society launched the holiday season in grand style. A dozen singers performed in the Caryl Farm’s Fisher Barn. They serenaded visitors with a delightful array of seasonal music, which they had chosen and arranged themselves.
They and the audience then adjourned to enjoy a bonfire, roasted marshmallows and other refreshments in the yard, in addition to tours of the Benjamin Caryl House, built in 1774. The House is one of the oldest homes in Dover – the only one currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Along with more seasonal refreshments, decorations and a fire in the old kitchen fireplace, the sound of Noteworthy's beautiful voices ringing out was a welcome and joyous addition to the season.
The Historical Society expressed their gratitude to Music Director Geoff Herrmann and singers Grace Qian, Lila Hovey, Bethany Peterson, Rebekka Perinne, Jack Green, Cristina Agostino, Aidan Levinson, Tommy Shea, Edie Howell, Will Field, Leo Gnann and Rachel Wiese for their valuable addition to this annual event.