FOOD FOR THOUGHT: HERITAGE GARDENS TOUR AND DINNER AT BUMP TAVERN AT THE FARMERS’ MUSEUM – WITH PATRICK MACGREGOR2018-03-162018-04-11https://www.fenimoreartmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/fenimorelogo_red-1.svgFenimore Art Museumhttps://www.fenimoreartmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/fenimorelogo_red-1.svg200px200px
Join Patrick MacGregor, Assistant Manager of Interpretation, for this special evening Food for Thought at The Farmers’ Museum. This program includes a tour of the different gardens at the museum, focusing on gardens used for home, food, and medicine. Patrick will discuss the gardens at the Pharmacy, Bump Tavern, and the Lippitt farmstead and how they fit into 19th-century life. A dinner at Bump Tavern featuring locally sourced, sustainable ingredients will follow the tour.
Food For Thought programs provide a wonderful opportunity to explore the season’s new exhibitions and share a delicious meal with like-minded people. Interesting, knowledgeable speakers and new works of art draw visitors to this popular lecture series at the Fenimore Art Museum again and again.
$76.50 Members, $85 Non-Members. Discounts available for three or more lectures, call (607) 547–1510.