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
19th Century Style Writing & Tavern Games, Shippensburg

19th Century Style Writing & Tavern Games, Shippensburg

Saturday February 4th, 2023 * 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Stop on in and write a Valentine’s Day letter to a loved one.
Learn how to use the 19th Century techniques and tools including a dip pen, folding, and wax sealing.
While you’re here, spend a few extra minutes playing tavern games such as tic-tac-toe, or perhaps see if you can shut the box or connect four with Captain’s Mistress.
Free, but donations are encouraged!!
Shippensburg Historical Society
52 West King Street, Shippensburg, PA
Renfrew, Online – Bell Pottery

Renfrew, Online – Bell Pottery

Delineating a Dynasty: A Symposium on Bell Pottery
Saturday May 8th, 2021 * 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Featuring the history, glazes, and techniques of the Bell Pottery family, this is an online event you won’t want to miss!
About this event:
In 1802, Peter Bell purchased a half lot of land in Hagerstown (lot 91). On this site, he operated his pottery business, and trained his sons John, Solomon, and Samuel in the art of Shenandoah Pottery.
On Saturday, May 8th, join the Washington County Historical Society and Renfrew Museum and Park for a very special symposium on Bell Pottery. Panelists will include Nick Powers, Curator of Collections at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, and Dr. George Manger. While Nick will focus on placing John Bell’s career into the context of his larger family, Dr. Manger will highlight the glazes and techniques used by Peter, John, Solomon, and Samuel Bell.
The event will also feature commentary by WCHS staff regarding the acquisition of a red-ware crock attributed to Peter Bell, and Renfrew staff regarding the recent gift of artifacts from the Strasburg, VA shop by Charlie Bell.
Register and get tickets