War of 1812, Mason-Dixon Line, Nature Walks, & Colonial Kitchens Featured in New Speakers Series at Mount Harmon This Fall

Press Release — Mount Harmon Plantation

New Workshop and Lecture Program Series Beginning Fall 2012

Workshop: Spinning & Weaving in Colonial Maryland — Sunday, September 9, from 1-3 pm Presenter: Gerry Scarfe

Lecture: Smoke & Flames on the Sassafras: War of 1812 Chesapeake Bay Campaign –  Thursday, September 27, at 6:30 pm Presenter: David Healey

Lecture: Mason-Dixon Line: Stories Behind a Geographic Boundary — Thursday, October 11, at 6:30 pm Presenter: Mike Dixon

Program: Guided Nature Walk at Mount Harmon — Sunday, October 14, from 1-3 pm Presenter: Lorraine Lehmicke

Workshop: Hearth Cooking in a Colonial Kitchen — Sunday, November 4, from 1-3 pm Presenter: Georgia Renck

Lecture: The Architecture of Taste: Building and Cooking in Eighteenth Century Kitchens — Thursday, November 8, at 6:30 pm Presenter: Michael Olmert

Light refreshments will be served at each event. * denotes Living History Program

Program Costs: $5 FOMH Members Free Space limited, RSVP early

Pre-registration requested, please contact

info@mountharmon.org or call FOMH at 410-275-8819


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