Charcuterie Workshop at The Barrel House

Charcuterie Workshop at The Barrel House

Friday March 10th, 2023 * 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Follow along with Randi, of Charcuterie by Randi located right in downtown Frederick, MD.
As she instructs you on how to create a beautiful charcuterie board.
Seasonal or themed items will be used!
During the workshop you will learn
-Cheese selection
-Pairing options
-Slicing techniques
-Presentation skills
The workshop includes all materials needed to create a 9 inch charcuterie board.
The board will be on a disposable bamboo tray, easy to take home and share with friends.
The class will also include a box to take your board home with you! If it makes it that long!!!
The ticket will also include one brew or wine, cocktails not included!
Please note that unless otherwise notified the items in the workshop can include but are not limited to nuts, gluten, dairy, etc.
If there is a circumstance that you were unable to attend the class after a ticket was purchased you may pick up the charcuterie kit and take home with you, give your ticket to a friend, or use your ticket for a future workshop.
No refunds will be given.
39 N. 3rd Street Chambersburg
Renfrew Institute Sponsors “What Cassini Told Us About Saturn”

Renfrew Institute Sponsors “What Cassini Told Us About Saturn”

Dr. Larry Marschall, professor of physics, emeritus, at Gettysburg College, will present “What Cassini Told Us About Saturn” on Thursday, February 1 at 7 p.m. in the Visitors Center at Renfrew Park in Waynesboro. The program is free and open to the public.

Marschall will discuss the dramatic end of the historic Cassini spacecraft mission to Saturn, and what astronomers learned from the nearly two decades the Cassini was in orbit. 

Before the Cassini mission, scientists had only minimal knowledge of Saturn’s complicated ring system, moons, and the planet’s magnetosphere.

The first spacecraft to orbit Saturn, Cassini provided the first up-close study of the system of Saturn’s rings and moons. Many discoveries were made via Cassini’s findings that changed the way scientists will approach future space exploration.

Marschall will talk about what was learned from the 20 years of Cassini’s mission, and why it was necessary for the Cassini mission to end with a dramatic and fiery descent into Saturn’s atmosphere. 

A professor of astronomy and physics for many years, Marschall was a visiting research scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, and at Yale University Observatory. He wrote The Supernova Story, published by Princeton University Press, and is a contributing editor for Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine and for several other professional journals. Marschall has a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from Cornell University and a Ph.D in astronomy and astrophysics from University of Chicago. 

A question-and-answer session will follow Marschall’s presentation. Weather permitting, the Tri-State Astronomers club will set up telescopes for sky viewing after the program.

This program was arranged in cooperation with the Tri-State Astronomers. It is underwritten in part by Marge Kiersz, Lucinda D. Potter, CPA, and Smith, Elliott, Kearns & Company, with additional support from Renfrew Institute’s Today’s Horizon Fund contributors: The Nora Roberts Foundation; Alma W. Oyer; APX Enclosures, Inc.; The Carolyn Terry Eddy Family: Carolyn, with daughters Connie Fleagle & Kim Larkin; and the The John R. Hershey Jr. and Anna L. Hershey Family Foundation. Facility support is provided courtesy of Renfrew Museum and Park.

Parking is available behind the Visitor Center with additional parking in the lower lot off Welty Rd. For more information, call the institute at 762-0373 or email to: