At it, organizers hope, you will "expand your kitchen repertoire and explore the rich culinary culture of the Elm
"Elm City Market will demonstrate
how to make delicious dishes using local fruits, vegetables, and products," according to a release.
The event will include tastings and free samples to take home, the release said.
The rain date is Aug. 18; keep an eye on the weather, and contact Michelle Cheng at (203) 562-4183
x11 or firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions.
Also from the release and unedited here:
Elm City Market is a community-owned grocery store in downtown New Haven on the
corner of State Street and Chapel Street, where everyone can shop! Customers
enjoy free one-hour parking in the 360 State Parking Garage. For more
information on the Market, visit www.elmcitymarket.coop.
The Pardee-Morris House, one of the oldest surviving historic structures in
Connecticut, dates from about 1780. Built by Amos Morris around 1750, the house
was burned by the British during their raid on New haven in 1779, and was
rebuilt by the Morris family. In 1915, William Pardee, a descendant of the
Morris family, willed the property to the New Haven Colony Historical Society,
today the New Haven Museum. The Pardee-Morris House is open free of charge on
Sundays from 12 pm to 4 pm through August 25, 2013.
The New Haven Museum, founded in 1862 as the New Haven Colony Historical
Society, is located in downtown New Haven at 114 Whitney Avenue. The Museum is
currently celebrating 150 years of collecting, preserving, and interpreting the
history and heritage of Greater New Haven. Through its collections, programs,
and outreach, the Museum brings 375 years of New Haven history to life.
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