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History Happy Hour: Of Gin-Slings and Timber Doodles

October 15 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

$10

Join us for a very special Virtual History Hour! We are slinging something a little different this time…
Together we will explore some common victorian era bar ingredients, walk through mixing cocktails using classic 19th century recipies (provided by the likes of Charles Dickens), and perhaps together we can solve the mystery of what exactly the mysterious long-lost recipe for the famed Timber Doodle cocktail might have been…

A History Happy Hour wouldn’t be complete without a little history to go along with our cocktails! Our fabulous hostess, one of our Camron-Stanford House docents, will lead our cocktail adventure while chatting about 19th century popular culture and of course, a little bit of history about drinking culture of the era.

Due to the intimate nature of this event, space is limited to only 25 attendees. Each attendee will receive a digital kit one week before the event with an ingredients list and printable bar recipe cards. All participants must be age 21+.

How to Register
Afer purchasing your ticket, you will be sent information about how to access the event on the event date, including a Zoom link and password. A reminder with that same information will be sent to you the day before the event.
Standard Ticket: $10
Member Ticket: $5

Donations
We are accepting additional donations for this event. We understand that not everyone is in the position to make a donation today, but if you are, we suggest a donation of $5-$10. Your donation helps support the mission of Camron-Stanford House, and helps us to continue to provide programs just like this one! Donations provide funding for speaker honoraria, technology expenses, and much more that goes on behind the scenes to make these History Happy Hours possible.

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