The public is invited to watch the wheel in motion, have a tour of the site, hear a history of Medfield mills from Town Historian Richard DeSorgher, enjoy music from the band Route 109 (a band member, Andy Spencer, is on the Grist Mill Committee), and also have some light refreshments and beverages.
There will also be a children's fishing derby, the first annual "Grist Mill Classic," and visitors are invited to toss coins into the "wishing wheel."
Parking is very limited on the site so visitors are asked to park at St. Edward's Church.
The Grist Mill Committee hopes to eventually generate and sell electricity back to NSTAR. Visit Boyd's website, www.WaterWheelPlace.com, for more information on that process.
Be sure to "like" the Medfield Kingsbury Grist Mill Facebook page to learn more about the project. If you have any questions, they can be directed to MedfieldGristMill@gmail.com or visit their booth at Medfield Day.