Thursday, October 10, 2019
Times: A reception with hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar begins at 6:00 pm and the lecture begins at 7:00 pm
Cost: $10 OSV Members, $12 Non-MembersGet Tickets
Joann Vieira, longtime steward of the famed Davenport Collection of heirloom apples, housed at Old Sturbridge Village and later Tower Hill Botanic Garden, will talk about the history of apples in New England, sharing the unique qualities and histories of popular cultivars, their importance in everyday life, and how New Englanders used and preserved the harvest. She will share tips on how to grow these cultivars today, and why it’s important to preserve them. The talk will conclude with a taste-testing of some of the wonderful heirloom varieties that are still in cultivation today.
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Come for dinner at the Village Prime Rib Feast before the lecture program! On this date, there will even be a homemade apple dessert. Show your ticket order confirmation email at the entrance to the feast in the Oliver Wight Tavern and SAVE 10% on your meal! (Cannot be combined with other discounts; Discount does not apply to alcoholic beverages). Learn more here.