Class starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m.
Cost: $80 per person.
Register at http://www.livethelegacy.org/events
Basic Training: Baking will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays. Pricing is $15 per class, or buy a package of all 10 classes for $120. Advance registration is required.
This museum event is a free and unique experience where students engage in several specially crafted activities centered on early life in Arkansas, from statehood to World War II. Students will rotate among six different interactive stations where they will play proactive food games, observe a beekeeper, cook outdoors, and much more. Events will highlight the Arkansas’ Heritage Month’s theme: Arkansas Foodways. Space is limited and reservations are required.
Baking is an art unto itself. On the heels of our cooking class, Basic Training: Baking contains more demonstration-only classes that will help participants tackle cakes, cookies, pies, breads and much more.
The "Yummy, Yummy!" exhibit will depict preparation of foods throughout Arkansas history. The library's cookbook collection will be featured, and will be supplemented with artifacts such as wooden bowls, churns, hand-painted plates, electric mixers, and eating utensils from the past.
A Civil War encampment in Pioneer Park plus living historians throughout the event area special displays and scavenger hunt in museum and a meal of beans and ham, Johnnycakes and gingerbread will be served fireside and all topped off with Civil War era music.
This is a community event celebrating the past agricultural heritage of Bryant and Arkansas. The Bryant senior adults will be serving beans and cornbread. The 4H Club will participate with exhibits and demonstrations showcasing local agricultural heritage.
Mt. Judea Heritage Day has several events included. They are: Dutch Oven Cook off; Horseshoe Tournament; music; Craft Fair; and games for kids.
Classes/demonstrations: Canning & preserving, butter & cheese making, home grown vegetables, bread baking, working beehives, dutch oven cooking, chicken coop instructions, blacksmith forging, etc.
Interstate Grocery will be Helena’s first pop-up restaurant event, opening for one day only in an empty storefront in the historic downtown. Chef Shane Henderson, with Ben E. Keith, and Chef Jason Godwin, formerly of Dogtown Coffee and Cookery, will be serving a four course prix fixe menu highlighting the culinary traditions of the Arkansas Delta.
Photos and history of Benton eating places will be shown covering the 1930's,40's,50's, & 1960's.
A weekend of sustainable craft and food workshops, as well as artisan lunches and a farm-to-table dinner. www.arkansascraftschool.org Sustainability Weekend 2014.
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