"Roots of American Cookery" at Remick Museum – January 22, 2011

Have you ever wondered what colonial women went through to make a meal for their family?

You can discover how!

The Remick Museum in Tamworth New Hampshire will hold a Hearthside Dinner from 5-7 pm on January 22, 2011. Ages 16 & up, the cost is $40 per person.  Visitors help prepare and eat farm fresh foods cooked historically on a 19th century open hearth.  Menus reflect the season and advanced reservations are required. Members should inquire about a discount.

The Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm is a non-profit organization that for the last 14 years has been open year round to the public. They continue to preserve New England history, farming, and agriculture through our exhibits, special events, sustainability workshops, educational programs and so much more. The Remick family, were notable Country Doctors of the Tamworth area, who dedicated their lives to their communities medical needs. Dr. Edwin Crafts Remick left his home and farm as a foundation and to what is now currently the Remick Museum and Farm. It is a fascinating and unique destination in New Hampshire, one that draws 10,000 visitors a year.

For more information call:
Christiana Amesquita, Public Relations Coordinator
Remick Farm and Museum
58 Cleveland Hill Road
Tamworth NH
Phone: 603-323-7591
email: pr@remickmuseum.org
web site: www.remickmuseum.org.

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