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The Post-Revolution Evolution of Dining in America and Great Britain Online

When: Thu., April 15, 6-7 p.m.
Phone: 804-282-5936
Email: kwatkins@wiltonhousemuseum.org
Price: Suggested registration donation of $10.
Join the annual lecture series. This virtual presentation will feature Janine Skerry, senior curator of metals at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Fundamental to daily life, the consumption of food is in a near-constant state of flux, especially when taken in company with others. Every aspect of dining -- from what and where we eat, to how food is served -— has changed dramatically over time. Colonial Williamsburg’s senior curator of metals, Janine Skerry, will explore shifting tabletops and refurbished rooms as service à la Française gave way to service à la Russe during the post-Revolutionary evolution of dining in America and Britain.


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