Saturday, November 3, 2012
| 6 pm
This program begins with a lecture by food historian, author, and culinary expert Francine Segan, who entertains visitors with historical facts and delightful stories about 19th-century American dining. A celebrated lecturer who appears regularly on radio and television, Segan discusses popular foods, cooking techniques, and etiquette of the period. The second half of the program, in the Main Hall, is a three-course fruit-themed meal featuring 19th-century fare.
Special: Purchase tickets for both Francine Segan events and receive a discount:
Each event offers book-signing opportunities.
Register for one or both events online, or call the Museum Box Office, (919) 715-5923. Registration and payment required by 4 pm on Thursday, November 1.