French Farm is a beautiful, tucked-away rustic spot in Greenwich that was the first property in the town listed on the National Register of Historic Spaces. Man-made objects weave together with specimen plantings in garden rooms that flow from one theme to another. There's also a chicken coop (filled with real chickens), a cow barn, live sheep and a silo. The farm is not always open to the public, but it will be this Sunday afternoon for a seasonal Harvest Feast buffet catered by John Barricelli of the SoNo Baking Company & Café. Guests can roam the grounds on their own or take a more formal guided tour. Oh, and the altogether reasonable ticket price of $65 for adults includes booze (we knew you were wondering).
516 Lake Ave., Greenwich. Sun., Sept. 16, noon-4 p.m. $20-$65. (203) 869-6899 ext. 10, greenwichhistory.org.