Join Henricus Historical Park and Agriculture in the Classroom staff for an SOL- and STEM-aligned workshop focusing on history, culture and agriculture of Colonial-era Virginia. The workshop will include (1) Colonial and Virginia Indian agricultural history, activities and a tour and modern-day agricultural and (2) modern-day environmental and agricultural activities, teacher lesson plans and free resources.
All public, private and home school educators are welcome.
For more information and to register, call 804-318-8731.
Cost: Free-of -charge. Lunch included. Teacher re-certification hours available through AITC.
A lecture on the early sciences involved in the brewing process followed by a guided tour of our site following the steps of 17th century brewing – from hops to finished product. This program is open to groups, clubs and individuals. Unfortunately, no “tasting” included.
Registration required by calling 804-318-8797
Do you have a special interest in colonial cooking? Would you like to cook over an open fire?
Are you interested in tasting recipes that are 400 years old? Explore the diverse world of English Cooking as it was brought to Virginia over 400 years ago! Enjoy period recipes and cooking techniques! Prepare, cook and taste a variety of seasonal food and staples. Participants should wear 100% cotton clothing suitable for messy work. Class size is limited. For more information and registration go to: http://17thcvirginiacook.wixsite.com/workshops
Tuition: $55 paid online by November 11
+ Materials: $25 to be paid to the instructor on the day of the workshop
Watch and participate in preparations for both English and Indian winter festivity meals as prepared 400 years ago. From gathering crops, natural foods and herbs from our gardens to preparing the meal to making household holiday decorations — join in on these great activities!
Registration required by calling 804-318-8797.
This program is open to groups, clubs and individuals.