Saturday, Nov 22
Giving thanks for the harvest is universal and dates back to ancient times. Celebrate Thanksgiving by exploring harvest festivals around the world. Grab your passport! Your destinations include: India - Explore the Rice Harvest Festival. Create a pretty kolam and taste a bit of pongal. Nigeria - Learn about the New Yam Festival as you make a harvest mask and listen to African drummers. China - Discover the Mid-Autumn Festival. Hear traditional stories about the moon and taste a tidbit of moon cake. Europe - Explore Martinmas, a harvest day in Europe dating back to medieval times. Play medieval games and sample a tasty little meat dish fit for a King. Colonial America - Travel back in time to the 1621 harvest feast shared between the Wampanoag Indians and the English Colonists. This event is FREE with Museum Admission! For each item you bring for donation to the Dare to Care Food Bank, receive a discounted admission of only $5.00! Visit our website for a list of items most needed by Dare to Care.
Date & Time:
Saturday, November 22, 2008 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
- Frazier International History Museum
- 829 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202
- Saturday 22nd, November 2008
- 12:00 PM — 4:00 PM
- Free with Museum Admission; For each item you bring for donation to the Dare to Care Food Bank, receive a discounted admission of only !