After a successful first year the St. Michaels Museum will hold its second Harvest Supper on Saturday, October 21, at 4pm at the Union United Methodist Church Hall next to the church on Fremont Street in St. Michaels.
Chef and Spirit Grower, Jena Paice, will again provide a hearty autumnal soup, and Chef Jeannie Butler will provide fresh baked breads. Other volunteers will round out the meal with homemade salads and desserts.
This celebration of St. Michael’s past emphasizes the early 1900s. There will be a collection of the museum’s historic photos of St. Michaels on display. After the meal there will be a presentation that continues on the theme “St. Michaels, a Watermen’s Village”, delivered by local historian Betty Seymour and museum curator, Kate Fones. Topics presented will include early maps of St. Michaels, town streetscapes, churches, schools, businesses, plus photos of early homes.
This event will be a wonderful way to learn more about St. Michaels lively history and to enjoy a gathering of old friends and new.
You can make reservations through our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 410-745-0530. Tickets are $25 per person and should be sent to: St. Michaels Museum, Box 714, St. Michaels, MD 21663. To become a sponsor of this event and receive two tickets, send $75. Your contribution helps support the many programs of the museum.