Food connects us with the past, present, and future—our family, friends, community; our culture and other cultures; the people who grow our food; and the Earth. This year, supported by a NHH Focus Grant, Hopkinton Historical Society will explore our history through our culinary connections in their 2022 series, “Gather ‘Round: Telling Our History Through Food.”
August is Eat Local Month, a time to focus on food that’s raised locally. Many of the foods we eat today have origins from faraway places, but some native foods have been consumed by indigenous residents of this land for thousands of years. Learn about some of these native plants, how they were used in the past and still used today, and the benefits of native plants to people and our ecosystem.
Please visit www.hopkintonhistory.org for more information about the Gather 'Round series.
Thursday, August 11, 2022 7:00pm
Zoom300 Main StreetHopkinton NH 03229
Hopkinton Historical Society
Heather Mitchell, 603-746-3825
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