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Location: Sauder Village 22611 St Rt 2 Archbold, OH 43502
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM or once butchering has been completed.
Cost: $50.00 per person: To register call 1-800-590-9755 ext. 3034
Maximum: 10 participants
Instructor: Gail Richardson, Historic Foodways Supervisor
This hands-on class will teach students historic techniques in fowl butchering. Each participant will be able to have a hand in the process of preparing fowl for the table, learning how to humanely dispatch fowl, pluck feathers using a scalding kettle, neatly eviscerate a fowl carcass, and prepare the meat for the freezer.
Friday, October 26 & Saturday, October 27, 2018
Hosted by the New Jersey Living History Advisory Council, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Parks and Forestry
Registration is $130/pp and includes workshops & materials, Friday dinner, Saturday boxed lunch and Saturday dinner. All registrations & payments will be made online through the ALHFAM website. Each workshop has limited enrollment, so participation is first come, first served. Registration deadline is Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. You will need to make your own hotel reservation. See program booklet for hotel information.
Download the Program Booklet.
See a map of the conference sites.
This is a new format for ALHFAM and the Mid-Atlantic Region – by combining active, hands-on workshops with the regional meeting, we are answering needs expressed in the Skills Assessment Survey. Almost every ALHFAM Professional Interest Group is represented (except the "Indigenous Interpretation and Issues" group, which was introduced on Sept. 2), from Foodways to Machinery, FARM to HAT, FPI to PIE, HiTS to CPR.
Mountain Plains Regional Conference: Skills and Trades Exposition
January 24-27, 2019
Nash Farm, Grapevine, TX
Experience 19th century skills and trades at the 2019 conference in Grapvine, Texas. This conference is a joint program with the Mountain Plains Region of ALHFAM and Texas Living History Association. The entire focus of the Skills and Trades Exposition will be the hands-on approach to learning history. Participants will experience 19th century farming, paper printing, cotton production, train travel, crops, animals, and more!
Download the Call for Papers here.
Download the Conference Flyer here.
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