WINSTON-SALEM, NC—Participants in this unique, hands-on workshop will learn how to prepare various food items over an open fire. They will also discover what types of food were available to the town’s early settlers and -- more importantly -- how some of those food items tasted.

The Colonial Cooking Workshop will take place on Saturday, October 23, from 9:30 am until 12:30 pm. The fee is $25.00 and pre-registration is required. In accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, the number of participants is limited so be sure to call the Park office and reserve your spot today.

Historic Bethabara Park, a National Historic Landmark, is the 1753 site of the first Moravian settlement in North Carolina and the birthplace of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. For more information, please visit historicbethabara.org or call (336) 924-8191.

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