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289 Maple Street, Contoocook, NH, 03229 USA
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Certified Organic Blueberries, Artist Workshops

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Located within walking distance of  Contoocook Village in the town of Hopkinton, Merrimack Valley, New Hampshire. We are ten minutes from the capital of Concord, off I-89, Exit 6. We are just an easy 1/2 mile from the highway.   The village is named after the Contoocook River that runs through it. The name Contoocook came from the Pennacook tribe of Native Americans and means "place of the river near pines". 

The Grounding Stone

Between the blueberry fields 

lays a flat granite stone called the 

"Grounding Stone"  

where legend has it that it will

 "ground your soul".

Artist Kathleen Jacobs

go to Kathleen's website at : www.kathleendjacobs.com

Private Painting Lessons Professional Critique

Kathleen Jacobs is available for 

Private Painting lessons 

or a professional critique of your work. 

Scheduled either at the farm or in your home.  

Beginners to advanced students. 

Please use the Contact Sheet on this site to schedule or inquire at: kathleenjacobs@groundingstonefarm.com

Press

Kathleen Jacobs, Founder of the Blueway Art Alliance, has moved to the Grounding Stone Farm in Contoocook, NH, from Northampton MA. The blueway art alliance is an arts entity that supports the advancement of emerging and established contemporary artists by facilitating communication and dialogue between them and the local community.

It is founded on the notion that a society which is aware of and involved with artists and educational programs for the arts is one that is more hopeful and more meaningfully sustainable. 

Kathleen and David

Artist Kathleen Jacobs and New Hampshire native and mechanical engineer David Miller, are the founders of Grounding Stone Farm.  


We welcome you  and hope you enjoy your time picking blueberries or enriching your life by taking an art workshop at 

Grounding Stone Farm.  

Stay tuned for more information 

about future workshop retreats 

to be scheduled for 2019.