Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Culinary Historians of Canada’s program “Dangerous, Deceitful, Delicious Melons” on May 26 with Sylvia Lovegren has been cancelled.
The Culinary Historians of Canada will be contacting all ticket purchasers directly. For more upcoming programs visit: http://culinaryhistorians.ca.
February 03, 2016
6:30 – 8 pm
Explore the roots of contemporary food culture in nineteenth century heritage foodways during a special visit to Campbell House Museum. Discover what the iconic contemporary comfort food, macaroni and cheese, reveals about evolving tastes, class and economic systems over time. Enjoy samples prepared by culinary historian and curator Liz Driver in the historic kitchen of the oldest remaining house from the original town of York. Highlighting an alternative to the evolution of slow food to fast food, Conscious Consumption participants will be introduced to models of food processing and local production that can help us understand issues of sustainability today.
Conscious Consumption is presented with the support of TD Friends of the Environment as well as the K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation.
We have a number of great events this December at Campbell House!
December 13 – Yuletide Revels
Door opens at 1:30 pm, performance begins 2 pm
http://yuletiderevels.brownpapertickets.com or call 416-597-0227 x2
Experience the mirth and merriment of a Victorian Christmas vocal concert hosted by Robert Missen, featuring soprano Allison Arends, baritone Michael York and pianist Wayne Strongman. Special seasonal refreshments will be served.
December 14 – A December Restorative
7 – 8:30 pm
Discussion by Nathalie Cooke at 7:30 pm.
A special event in celebration of The Johnson Family Treasury: A Collection of Household Recipes and Remedies 1741-1848! This new publication, based on a manuscript found in an archival collection, contains recipes for foods and other restoratives, plus remedies for a range of human ailments, reflecting a time when “every man was his own doctor.” Sample some sweet treats, check out a remedy for insanity, and hear a brief discussion of the book’s treasures by Professor Nathalie Cooke.
Admission is free but space is limited. RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
December 16-20 – Elizabeth-Darcy
Photo by Dahlia Katz
Evenings December 16-19: Door opens 7:30 pm, show starts 8 pm
Matinee on December 20: Door opens 1:30 pm, show starts 2 pm
http://elizabeth-darcy.brownpapertickets.com or call 416-597-0227 x2
The critically acclaimed Elizabeth – Darcy is returning “home” to Campbell House for what is becoming a seasonal tradition!
This is a love story. This is a comedy. This is two women playing all the parts. This is the Jane Austen you love with a squeeze of lemon. This is you moving through a historic home with the story. This is you getting caught up, swept away, laughing out loud.