What's Cooking at the Van Kirk Farm: 1780-1920

Sparta Historical Society's opening of their restored kitchen as a permanent exhibit, shows the original fireplace, reopened after 100 years, and the numerous kitchen transitions experienced by American families with the onset of the Industrial Revolution.    3pm talk

Immediately following at 3:30pm there will be another short talk on food preservation and recipes, "bringing history to life -  going beyond mere museum objects."  There may even be a tasting!

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  1. Sparta Historical Society
  2. 9737260883
  3. spartahistoricalsocnj@gmail.com
Sun, July 14
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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Sparta Historical Society's opening of their restored kitchen as a permanent exhibit, shows the original fireplace, reopened after 100 years, and the numerous kitchen transitions experienced by American families with the onset of the Industrial Revolution. 3pm talk

Immediately following at 3:30pm there will be another short talk on food preservation and recipes, "bringing history ...

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