MILTON-FREEWATER -- A fully restored Milton-Freewater home built in 1892 will provide the historic setting for a gathering of those 21 and older from 6-10 p.m. June 30.
The Frazier Farmstead Museum Summertime Festival, will take place on its grounds at 1403 Chestnut St.
Penrose Lane will play classic hits from the 1960s, '70s and more for dancing on a portable floor, said museum Director Diane Biggs. In a nod to the musical era, "Mick Jagger" of the Rolling Stones will be on hand, courtesy of an impersonator.
There will also be a special display of antique buggies from the 1800s and guests can tour the home.
Simply Catering will provide a full-course buffet dinner featuring tri-tip beef, roasted baby red potatoes, spring garden mix salad with feta cheese and fresh berries, broccoli salad, fresh seasonal fruit salad, cornbread and brownies.
A variety of noted Walla Walla Valley wines, beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be available.
Admission is $30 per person. Call 541-938-4636 or 541-938-3480 for ticket information and reservations.