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Miller-Cory House Museum

Interpreting America’s past 1740-1820

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Event Schedule

 

Miller-Cory House Museum
614 Mountain Avenue
     Westfield, New Jersey 07090
908-232-1776

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS – AUTUMN 2014

 

September  14 -      “The Star Spangled Banner”—Representative of All  We Hold Dear!

October 18     -        Four Centuries in a Weekend (10:00 to 5:00)*

October 19     -        Four Centuries in a Weekend (Noon to 5:00)*

October 26     -        Halloween Hocus Pocus (1:30 – 4:00)*

                                      (Registration required; 908-232-1776 or millercorymuseum@gmail.com. Additional fee)

November 16 -        Native American Medicine Pouches*                                 

November 23 -        Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Demonstration
                                & 18th Century Table Customs and Manners*

December 7   -         Gingerbread Sunday (1:30 – 4:00)*

                                     (Registration required; 908-232-1776 or millercorymuseum@gmail.com. Additional fee)

 December 14 -        Italian Christmas Customs*

                                                    

                             *Ideal for children

The museum is open from 2:00-4:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoons. Costumed docents are on hand to guide visitors through the 1740 farmhouse.  Please ask about our weekday tours for groups and our Showcase of 18th Century Skills, which visits local schools with an outreach crafts and lecture program.  Open-hearth cooking demonstrations take place each Sunday in the Frazee Building. The museum office is open weekday mornings from 9:00a.m. -12:00 p.m.  For information, please call…908-232-1776.

 
Admission: $3.00 for adults; $2.00 for students; children under four years of age are free.

 

Visit our Website:  www.millercoryhouse.org.

Email:  millercorymuseum@gmail.com

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Famous for their appearance in Craig Claiborne's column in the New York Times and in four nationally distributed magazines, the cooks at the Miller-Cory House demonstrate the exacting art of food preparation on the open hearth.

The Museum Shop, open during Museum hours, contains educational materials, colonial reproductions and handcrafts, including cookbooks of colonial recipes prepared by Miller-Cory Volunteers.