Take a “sip” back in time with a tea party pulled from the pages of a turn of the century good hostess book.
When was Pimento cheese first served in Texas? What overlooked yet readily available vegetable eaten today was considered a food of the elite of the 1900s? These and other food histories will be revealed as the Heard-Craig’s new Director, Lynn Rushton, leads you through Stories in Food, a historical look at entertaining through accounts, anecdotes and yummy things to eat.
Reserve your spot today on September 23rd.
The Heard-Craig Center for the Arts offers a new series of programs in the Art History Brown Bag series focusing on the Baroque period. Whether you're an art historian or just enjoy a beautiful painting, the Heard-Craig Art History series will heighten your appreciation of art and provide insight into the mind of the artist.