Libations and Liberation: Mixed Drinks of the Mier Prisoners
Learn about the history of classic cocktail drinks enjoyed by the freed Perote prisoners on their journey home. Enjoy a sample of their historic drinks of choice as recorded in primary sources. This is a free members-exclusive event.
RSVP by March 20th to enjoy an evening of education and sampling.
The tradition of Easter egg hunts and spring celebrations within the town of La Grange can be dated as early as the late 19th century, with many reports in papers and oral histories recounting the fun and games of the season. Join us on the Bluff this Saturday to continue this tradition and make new memories in our annual Egg hunt and Osterfeuer (Easter fire). Bring a picnic and enjoy the views on the lawn and prepare for the classic egg hunt on the grounds. Learn more about early Easter traditions from our living historians near the Kreische house. Stay until sunset to sit by the bonfire (weather permitting).
Details12-4 - Living history programsSmokehouse - Foodways in Kreische kitchen - Traditional egg dyeing5:00-8:00 - BYOB picnicking begins, with yard games5:30 - Preschooler egg hunt6:00 - Elementary+ egg hunt6:15-7:45 - Live Music7:45 pm - Osterfeuer (Easter Bonfire)
*Times Subject to Change
Attendants will be charged our regular admission prices.Free for Friends Members$4 for Adults$3 for Students and SeniorsFree for Children 5 and Under
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