Posts Tagged ‘Historic’

JAM WORKSHOPS

January 2, 2013

ADULT JAM WORKSHOP

January 5

Green Briar Nature Center, 6 Discovery Hill Rd, East Sandwich

508-888-6870                                                                               

Website: www.thorntonburgess.org

9:30a.m. – 11:30a.m.

Join us in the historic 1903 Green Briar Jam Kitchen and make your own batch of something special for your table or to give as a gift. All materials are provided, and participants take home four to six (6oz.) jars of finished product. Fee is $40 and paid advance registration is required for all jam workshops.  Participants will be making Cherry Apricot Jam.

 

FAMILY JAM WORKSHOP

January 5

Green Briar Nature Center, 6 Discovery Hill Rd, East Sandwich

508-888-6870                                                                               

Website: www.thorntonburgess.org

1p.m. – 3p.m.

Join us in the historic 1903 Green Briar Jam Kitchen and make your own batch of something special for your table or to give as a gift. Here is an opportunity for an adult and child to make jam together. Take home 4 to 6 (6 oz.) jars of finished product. All children must be at least 6 years old to be in the kitchen.  Fee is $40 and Paid advance registration is required. Participants will be Cherry Apricot Jam.

HISTORIC WALKING TOURS

October 15, 2012

October 16 (Tues, May 29 – Oct 22)

Falmouth Museums on the Green,55 & 65 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth

508-548-4857

Website: www.falmouthhistoricalsociety.org

10a.m.

Meet in Hallett Barn Visitors Center at the Museums on the Green, for a revealing guided stroll back through time. Explore Falmouth’s historic landmarks. This leisurely stroll takes about 90 minutes. Weather permitting.

WALK: PROVINCE LAND DUNES AND BOGS

August 19, 2012

August 20 & 23 (Mon & Thurs, July 2 – August 30)

Province Land Visitors Center, Race Point Road, off Route 6, Provincetown

508-487-1256

Website: www.nps.gov

Sunday: 10a.m. – 11a.m.

Explore an enchanting dune landscape of unusual plants and wild cranberry bogs. Discover the hidden story of America’s oldest public lands, and how actions by enterprising settlers changed this landscape. Meet at Province Lands Visitor Center, off Race Point Road, Provincetown. This will be a 1 mile walk in loose sand.

COLONIAL ART SERIES: THE HERB GARDEN AND COLONIAL CARPENTRY

May 10, 2012

May 12

Caleb Nickerson House, 1107 Orleans Road, North Chatham

508-945-6086

10a.m. – 2p.m.

Website: www.nickersonassoc.org

Join period gardener Anne Firth and colonial carpenter Dick Noyes for a few hours. 10a.m. – 12p.m.: Dick will be glad to answer your questions as he works on the outhouse. 10:30a.m. – 11:30a.m.: Join Anne for an herb garden walk and talk on medicinal and culinary uses. 11:30a.m.: Guided tours of the Antique Cape Caleb Nickerson House. Light refreshments will be served. A $5 donation is suggested.