From Farm to Table and 18th Century Farm events at the Schiele

From Farm to Table at the Schiele

Schiele After Hours

Local Food: From Farm to Table
6-9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9th

Join Clark Barlowe, chef and owner, of Heirloom Restaurant uses local ingredients from farmers, forests and their own bee hives to produce delicious and nutritious dishes with minimal impact on the environment. Enjoy free samples of mushroom dishes and purchase some of their preserved foraged products. Also, explore our exhibits kid-free, test your mind with trivia, enjoy refreshments, a beer, and experience a show in the James H Lynn Science Theater!
$5 members / $7 nonmembers
Tickets available online.

A Rendezvous of Idlers: 18th Century Farm Event 
1-5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12th 

Charles Woodmason, a clergyman traveling through 18th Century Carolina observed “these Assemblies at Private Houses for Singing… is reprehensible… these Singing Matches lie under the Imputation of being only Rendezvous of Idlers.”  Join the Backcountry folk on the 18th Century Farm for an idle afternoon of music, dance, and intrigue from August 1775.

Included with museum admission.