By the time spring came, early New Englanders had just about used up their supply of stored and preserved food. Discover the meaning of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” and learn why people of the past eagerly awaited the first fresh foods of the season like asparagus, eggs, and milk.
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Earlier Event: April 28"The Indian World of George Washington," presented by Colin Calloway at the New Canaan Library
Later Event: May 4Stenciling Art