Colonial Dinner

POSTPONED!

Saturday, March 28, 2020 - at the Red Barn at Outlook

6:00 PM Cocktail Hour.  Meal begins at 7:00.

$65 for members, $75 for non-members. Period dress is encouraged, dressy-casual attire suggested.

Journey back in time and enter the Old Berwick Tavern ca. 1780. Imagine what it must have been like to travel to Berwick by stage coach. 

1775 Natural Trumpet from the Counting House Museum

Natural Trumpet OBHSTaverns and stagecoach routes configured the Berwicks we know today. At this historical society fundraiser near the old Portland Turnpike, discover the dining experience of our region’s 18th century travelers. Unwind as the tavern patrons might have with a tankard of a fine rum punch. Take pictures in front a vintage carriage. Enjoy the hospitality of the inn holder as he offers you his 18th century food and beverages, and provides you with music of the 18th century.
 
“We are pleased to have Julie Cutting Kelley and Lee Frank as our guest chefs, along with the fabulous chefs from the Outlook,” said Paula Bennett, organizer of the event for the society. Bennett has cooked many 18th century meals as part of her research journey for her book Imaging Ichabod, which was released in 2016. She will have copies of the book at the dinner available for purchase and signing.
 
The chefs will prepare a three-course, historically-based, 18th century meal featuring multiple dishes at each course. 
 
Complementing the meal will be beverages from Tributary Brewing Company and North Country Hard Cider. 

           Thanks to Paula Bennett and The Red Barn at Outlook Farm for hosting!

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