Join us for a one-of-a-kind dinner experience! Using a traditional 1800s cookbook, Chef Ben Sullivan will craft a multi–course dinner that embraces our ancestral roots while adding a modern twist.
This event will showcase traditional artisans, and you will learn more about two of our priority historic preservation projects, the Barger Weaving House, circa 1859, and the Punch-Seitz House, circa 1840. Fiber artisans will demonstrate everything from creating natural dyes for yarns to spinning, weaving, and quilting to bobbin-lace making in the great hall during the event. These dedicated volunteers are committed to preserving traditional arts and crafts for future generations.
Embrace your pioneering spirit on February 18th with an amazing dinner inspired by 19th-century recipes. Witness traditional artisans and craftspeople at work, and explore a silent auction filled with beautiful handmade items crafted by our artisans. The purchase of these items will support the preservation and restoration of the Barger Weaving House and Punch-Seitz House.
A 3-course menu coming soon!