Want to learn how to make beach plum jelly? (Trust us, it’s worth it.) You’re in luck as the Southampton Historical Museum will be holding a workshop at the Rogers Mansion on Thursday, November 10 from 6-8PM. Local baker and floral/garden designer Elizabeth Yastrzemski will show you how to make local beach plum jelly. You’ll go home with two delicious jars and light refreshments will be served. To register, call the Museum at 631-283-2494; cost is $25 for members/$35 nonmembers, and payment is due at time of registration.
For kids, the Museum is holding two workshops during November. The first is this Saturday, November 5 at 11AM. Titled In the Victorian Kitchen, kids age 6-12 will learn how to use 19th century kitchen tools with historian Gerri MacWhinnie. Participants will observe demonstrations, and then enjoy hands-on fun as they learn how to make their own butter and lemonade. To register please call the Museum at 631-283-2494; there’s a $5 charge for supplies.
The week after, Saturday, November 12 at 11AM, children will learn about even earlier cooking. Kids aged 6-12 will have fun learning to make applesauce from scratch using colonial kitchenware, and they’ll take home a container of their homemade applesauce. To register please call the Museum at 631-283-2494; there’s a $5 charge for supplies.
- Southampton Historical Museum [Official]