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November 20, 2010, Saturday - Grown Near Home: Winter Vegetables at Mill City Museum

Time: 9 a.m.

Location:  Mill City Museum

Fee: $25 adult/child pair, $20 for MHS members; $10 for each additional participant. Includes museum admission.

Reservations required, please call 612-341-7555.
 
Families are invited to Mill City Museum for a series of hands-on adult/child workshops led by educators from the Midwest Food Connection. Participants will discover the importance and delights of eating local foods.

In "Winter Vegetables," discover how some of our most healthful vegetables survive outside in the winter, and how root cellars once kept many others fresh in the coldest months. Families will learn through stories and taste about cabbages, roots and hardy greens.