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Calendar from March 2 to March 9:


THIS WEEK

March 3 to March 8 in Fishers, Indiana:

Hearthside Suppers—Prepare and dine on a meal prepared the 19th century way and served inside the historic Conner House using recipes from the pages of a 19th-century cookbook. Reservations required. For more information: Conner Prairie, (317) 776-6000.

March 4 to March 7 in Winterthur, Delaware:

From New Netherland to Empire State: New York Furniture—The Sewell C. Biggs Winterthur Furniture Forum focuses on New Yorks furniture with talks that explore Dutch origins, English styling, and the ascendancy of designs with an in-depth examination of New York’s cabinetmaking trades from European settlement to the mid-19th century. For more information: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, (800) 448-3883.

March 5 to March 7 in Bloomington, Indiana:

Indiana Heritage Quilt Show—24th annual show features workshops, competitions, exhibits, merchant mall and more. At Bloomington Monroe County Convention Center. For more information: Indiana Heritage Quilt Show

March 5 to March 8 in The Brown County, Indiana:

National Maple Syrup Festival—Festival features events highlighting the basics of maple syrup, the sugaring process, how syrup is produced and used today, and the sweet history behind maple sugar production. Activities take place in various locations throughout Brown County including the State Park, with events including tree tapping, an interpretive hike to identify maple trees, live reenactments of Native American and French Colonial maple sugaring techniques, on-site cooking demonstrations and more. For more information: The Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau, (812) 988-3482.

March 6 to March 8 in Lebanon, Ohio:

Quilt & Fabric Arts Show—Vendors offer quilts, quilting & craft supplies, patterns, fabrics, vintage textiles, & more. At Warren County History Center and Lebanon Conference & Banquet Center. For more information: Warren County Historical Society, (513) 932-1817.

March 6 to March 8 in Edison, New Jersey:

The Decorating with Antiques Show—An antiques show within the New Jersey Home Show featuring decorating with antiques. At the New Jersey Convention Center. For more information: JMK Shows, (973) 927-2794.

March 6 to March 8 in Rock Island, Illinois:

Quad Cities Antique Spectacular Show—Show features more than 150 dealers exhibiting collectibles and antiques. At the Quad City Conservation Alliance Expo Center. For more information: Melting Pot Productions, (712) 326-9964.

March 6 to March 8 in Lexington, Kentucky:

Antiques & Garden Show—Show features more than 80 exhibitors of antiques and art, gardens and flowers, collectibles, silver, jewelry and more. At Kentucky Horse Parks Alltech Arena. For more information: Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation, (859) 253-0362.

March 6 to March 7 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania:

The 19th Honourable Company of Horners Annual Meeting—Event includes displays and demonstrations of horn making, engraving, turning of horn and more. At the U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center. For more information: Honourable Company of Horners

March 7 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts:

Dinner in a Country Village—A unique opportunity to prepare and eat a meal as early New Englanders did. Gather in the Parsonage to roast, bake, and mull, while costumed interpreters oversee the preparations. Enjoy the results, all by candlelight. For more information: Old Sturbridge Village, (800) 733-1830.

March 7 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania:

From Bloomery Forges to Steel Mills—Lecture on how the early iron works that the Potts and Rutter families founded and built in the Manatawny region paved the way for Pottstowns later reputation as a powerhouse in the iron and steel industries. For more information: Pottsgrove Manor, (610) 326-4014.

March 7 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Open Hearth Cooking Classes—A series of seven one-day classes, each with its own theme. Basics From Hearth to Table-for the beginner, try a range of hearth cooking techniques and equipment. Registration required. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

March 7 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire:

Winter Night in Pitt Tavern—Event features live traditional music, local beer and wine plus seasonal snacks in the Pitt Tavern, built in 1766 and restored to its historic atmosphere. Reservations required. For more information: Strawbery Banke Museum, (603) 433-1100.

March 7 in Winterthur, Delaware:

Bank to Bend—Celebrate the early bulb display of the March Bank with a lecture, tour, and sale of rare and unusual plants. For more information: Winterthur Museum, (800) 448-3883.

March 7 in Chillicothe, Ohio:

Ohio Statehood Day—Ohio became a state in 1803, but not without conflict. Witness the debate over whether Ohio should become a state or remain within the Northwest Territory. For more information: Adena Mansion & Gardens, (740) 772-1500.

March 7 in Wetumpka, Alabama:

Fort Jackson 1814 Living History—Event features re-enactors from the Tennessee Militia & the US Army Regulars living at the Fort as they would have during the historical time period. For more information: Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson, (334) 567-3002.

March 8 in Mason Neck, Virginia:

Liberty Lecture Series - Friends and Rivals—Lecturers explore the friendships and rivalries of early American public figures. For more information: Gunston Hall, (703) 550-9220.

March 8 in Worcester, Pennsylvania:

Laerenswaert "Worth Learning" Series: School of the Soldier—Event features camp life common during the long winter encampments of the Revolutionary War. For more information: Peter Wentz Farmstead Society, (610) 584-5104.

March 8 in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania:

Charter Day Open House— For more information: Daniel Boone Homestead, (610) 582-4900.

March 8 in Jacksonville, Florida:

Kensington Palace Revealed—Lecture reveals the history of Kensington Palace, the home of many British royal residents from William and Mary to Diana, Princess of Wales. At Old Andrews Church. Registration required. For more information: Historic Royal Palaces, (212) 818-1200.

March 9 in Winter Park, Florida:

Kensington Palace Revealed—Lecture reveals the history of Kensington Palace, the home of many British royal residents from William and Mary to Diana, Princess of Wales. Registration required. At University Club. For more information: Historic Royal Palaces, (212) 818-1200.

OPENINGS

March 9 to May 10 in New York, New York:

The Plains Indians—The exhibition unites Plains Indian masterworks found in European and North American collections, from pre-contact to contemporary including works of art collected centuries ago by French traders and travelers, those acquired by Lewis and Clark on their famous expedition of 1804—06, objects from the early reservation period and recent works. For more information: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (212) 535-7710.

ON-GOING EXHIBITIONS

Now through December 31 in Marietta, Ohio:

Imagining Marietta-The Northwest Territory Murals—The exhibit houses 12 murals depicting the first settlement of the Northwest Territory, each painted by William Mark Young. Also, on display are rare and seldom seen artifacts ranging from Rufus Putnam’s banjo clock, hand-written letters, historic newspapers, & photos of early Marietta. For more information: Campus Martius Museum, (800) 860-0145.

Now through December 31 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material World of the Early South—This new exhibition celebrates the remarkable objects that were created in or imported to the Chesapeake, the Carolina low country, and southern backcountry. The exhibition will highlight the aesthetic diversity brought to the region by the varied cultures and ethnic groups that ultimately defined a unique, early southern style. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, 1800hist or y.

Now through January 10, 2016 in Mount Vernon, Virginia:

Gardens & Groves—This special exhibition explores George Washington’s creation of a picture-perfect setting. Discover the ideas that shaped his vision and inspired the landscape at Mount Vernon. For more information: Mount Vernon, (703) 780-2000.

Now through December 31 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

China of the Most Fashionable Sort: Chinese Export Porcelain in Colonial America—Chinese export porcelain played an important role in the lives of colonists. It was the most desirable of the ceramic bodies, and possessing it indicated wealth and status. This exhibit will illustrate the wide variety of Chinese porcelain that was available in colonial America with a particular focus on pieces with histories in Virginia. Objects recovered from archaeological excavations will also be featured. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, 1800hist or y.

Now through May 31 in Salem, Massachusetts:

Raven’s Many Gifts: Native Art of the Northwest Coast—Explore the relationships among living humans, animals, ancestors and supernatural beings through works of Native art from the Pacific Northwest Coast created during the past 200 years. Ceremonial regalia, trade goods and art sold in galleries today reveal creative expressions of family, heritage, politics and commerce in a changing world. For more information: Peabody Essex Museum, (978) 745-9500.

Now through March 29 in Winchester, Virginia:

Safes of the Valley—The exhibition will feature more than forty food safes, many on first-time public display. For more information: Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, (540) 662-1473.

Now through July 5 in Winterthur, Delaware:

The Diligent Needle: Instrument of Profit, Pleasure, and Ornament—The exhibition showcases the evolution of needlework and the prominent role it played in womens lives during the 17th through 19th centuries. For more information: Winterthur Museum, (800) 448-3883.

Now through September 8 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

Working and Racing on the Bay: The Chesapeake Log Canoe—Objects from The Mariners Museum are featured in this special exhibition tracing the evolution of the dugout canoe through the centuries, from the watercraft of the Powhatan people 400 years ago to multi-log trade vessels and work and racing boats. For more information: Jamestown Settlement, (888) 593-4682.

Now through December 31 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina:

North Carolina Moravian Landscapes, 1790-1890—Artist depictions of the physical landscape reflecting the cultural and economic developments of the area with a variety of detailed maps, surveys, drawings, and paintings. In the J. Blum House. For more information: Old Salem Museums & Gardens., (336) 721-7360.

Now through March 29 in Princeton, New Jersey:

Hail Specimen of Female Art! New Jersey Schoolgirl Needlework, 1726-1860—The exhibition is the first to focus on the contribution of New Jersey in the creation of schoolgirl needlework in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The goal is to survey schoolgirl needlework completed in the state or by New Jersey girls prior to 1860 to create a lasting record of the best-known examples, of which 150-plus are displayed. On October 5, the Princeton Theological Seminary hosts a panel to discuss the significance of schoolgirl needlework. Speakers include Linda Eaton, senior curator at Winterthur Museum, and needlework scholars Dan and Marty Campanelli. For more information: Morven Museum & Garden, (609) 924-8144.

Now through March 22 in Concord, Massachusetts:

Behind Closed Doors: Asleep in New England—Exhibit uncovers the complex role sleep has played in everyday life throughout American history through objects as varied as bedsteads and coverlets, nightclothes and cradles, tin tubs and mahogany high chests. For more information: Concord Museum, (978) 369-9763.

Now through May 31, 2016 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

A Celebration of American Quilts—Exhibit features twelve quilts that represent the diversity of quilts made in American from the 18th through 20th centuries. In the McCarl Gallery. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, 800-hist or y.

Now through April 19 in St. Louis, Missouri:

The Louisiana Purchase: Making St. Louis, Remaking America—The exhibition explores the complex negotiations related to The Louisiana Purchase and its aftereffect on St. Louis. A highlight of the exhibition is the Treaty of Cession (in French), better known as The Louisiana Purchase Treaty. For more information: Missouri History Museum, (314) 746-4599.

Now through May 29, 2016 in Winchester, Virginia:

Face to Face: Portraits from the Julian Wood Glass Jr. Collection—The exhibition will include portraits featuring men, women, families, and children from the 1600s through the 1800s. Most of the paintings are British, with some works by American and Dutch painters. In the Founders Gallery. For more information: Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, (888) 556-5799.

Now through April 12 in Baltimore, Maryland:

From Pen to Press: Experimentation and Innovation in the Age of Print—The exhibition explores when printing was a new, experimental medium, beginning with the publication of Gutenbergs Bible in 1455,. For more information: The Walters Art Museum, (410) 547-9000.

Now through March 8 in New York, New York:

A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America—Exhibition features more than 60 works of American folk art made in rural areas of New England, the Midwest, and the South between 1800 and 1925. For more information: American Folk Art Museum, (212) 595-9533.

Now through December 27 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Engraved Powder Horns from the French and Indian War and the American Revolution—Exhibit features one of the finest assemblages of this indigenous and unique American art form ever presented. The 75 powder horns offer a wealth of documentary information about the original owners and carvers who created them. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through December 27 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Into the Woods: Crafting Early American Furniture—Exhibit explores an array of masterworks by famous American cabinetmakers including Duncan Phyfe and Honoré Lannuier, Samuel McIntire, John and Thomas Seymour, and John Townsend. In the Flynt Center of Early New England Life - Friary Gallery For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through June 25 in Morristown, New Jersey:

Thomas Nast: Unknown Works and American Icons—Exhibit features a collection of rarely exhibited, virtually unknown works by the man whose art defined many of Americas most popular icons-Santa Claus, Uncle Sam, the Democratic Donkey and the Republican Elephant. Previously unpublished oil paintings and watercolors, rarely seen pencil sketches, pen and ink drawings, and original architectural elements from the artists home will be among the objects presented. In addition to these and several never-before-exhibited pieces, some of Thomas Nasts best-known characters are also on display. For more information: Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, (973) 538-2404.

Now through April 5 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art—The exhibition—which presents paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, and prints as well as furniture, ceramics, silver, and textiles-explores the evolving ways in which African American artists have expressed personal, political, and racial identity. For more information: Philadelphia Museum of Art, (215) 763-8100.

Now through August 2 in Fort Worth, Texas:

Audubon’s Beasts—Exhibition features some of John James Audubons greatest depictions of North Americas four-legged animals in their natural habitats, from swamps to savannahs. For more information: Amon Carter Museum of American Art, (817) 989-5067.

Now through March 15 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania:

House & Home—Exhibit explores the varied history and cultural meanings of the American home, from the Colonial period to today. For more information: Mercer Museum, (215) 345-0210.

Now through April 26 in Portland, Maine:

The Coast & the Sea: Marine and Maritime Art in America—Exhibit features artworks, largely painted between 1750 and 1904, that reveal the breadth of experiences Americans have engaged in with our coastlines. For more information: Portland Museum of Art, (207) 775-6148.

Now through April 26 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Drawn with Spirit: Pennsylvania German Fraktur from the Joan and Victor Johnson Collection—The exhibition includes a selection of the Johnsons collection, dating between about 1750 and 1860, along with a variety of Pennsylvania German decorative arts from the Museum’s collection, including painted furniture, redware pottery, and metalwork. For more information: Philadelphia Museum of Art, (215) 763-8100.

Now through June 30 in Morristown, New Jersey:

Currier & Ives—Exhibit features a small collection of "Currier & Ives" prints on display throughout the Museum. The 19th century lithography firms of "N. Currier" and "Currier & Ives" produced images of America that remain as popular today as when they were made. For more information: Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, (973) 538-2404.

Now through March 21 in Charleston, South Carolina:

Camellia Walks—Guided tour focus on camellias throughout the original gardens as well as the "new" camellia garden of the 1950s. Admire hundreds of varieties, including the 1786 Reine des Fleurs, one of the first camellias planted in America. Tue, Thu, & Sat at the Garden Market & Nursery. For more information: Middleton Place, (800) 782-3608.

Now through May 3 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina:

George Catlin’s American Buffalo—The exhibit explores the representation of buffalo and their integration into the lives of Native Americans through 40 original paintings by the artist George Catlin (1796-1872). Organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum in collaboration with the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyo For more information: Reynolda House Museum of American Art, (336) 758-5150.

Now through April 12 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania:

Re-Discovering Bucks County Fraktur: Recent Acquisitions—The exhibit features Fraktur pieces acquired by the museum since 1997, when the Mercer Museum presented a major exhibit featuring the Pennsylvania-German color drawings and decorated manuscripts. For more information: Mercer Museum, (215) 345-0210.

Now through August 2 in Fort Worth, Texas:

American Still Life—Exhibition showcases approximately sixty works from the museums collection of nineteenth- and twentieth-century still lifes. For more information: Amon Carter Museum of American Art, (817) 989-5067.

Now through March 15 in Waltham, Massachusetts:

Camellia Blooming Season—Visit the collection of camellias in the 1804 camellia house at the Lyman Estate Greenhouses. For more information: Lyman Estate Greenhouses, (781) 891-1985.

Now through September 5, 2016 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

Birds, Bugs and Plants-Observing the Natural World in the 18th Century—The exhibition examines how the study of nature shifted from pure science to aesthetic art form between 1590 and 1818. Featuring more than 70 objects in a wide range of illustration, the majority of which will focus on the 18th century, the exhibition will explore how interest in natural history on both sides of the Atlantic grew during the period. In the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, (757) 220-7724.

Now through February 14, 2016 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Greek Gods, Roman Ideals: Neoclassicism and Style in Early America—Exhibit features collection of objects from the period 1780 to 1825 that are representative of the Neoclassical style. In the lobby of the Flynt Center of Early New England Life. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 775-7214.

Now through January 3, 2016 in Winterthur, Delaware:

A Colorful Folk: Pennsylvania Germans & the Art of Everyday Life—Exhibition explores the unique world of the Pennsylvania Germans and their colorful folk art, including decorated manuscripts (fraktur), textiles, furniture, metalwork, and pottery. For more information: Winterthur Museum, (800) 448-3883.

Now through March 31 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

Women’s History Month—Theme explores the amazingly broad experiences of women during the American Revolutionary era. The women of Virginia partook of every aspect of the birth pangs that gave life to the freedoms we enjoy today. Their contributions to our nation’s founding are varied and compelling. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, 800-hist or y.

LATER THIS MONTH

s March 10 to March 15 in Fishers, Indiana: Hearthside Suppers

s March 10 in Naples, Florida: Kensington Palace Revealed

s March 11 to March 15 in Charleston, South Carolina: The Charleston Art & Antiques Forum

s March 12 in Portland, Maine: Old Ironsides through Artists’ Eyes

s March 12 in Washington, District of Columbia: Patriotism, Protest, and the Presidency

s March 12 in Washington, District of Columbia: Yours Affectionately, G. Washington

s March 12 in Palm Beach, Florida: Kensington Palace Revealed

s March 13 to March 15 in Somerset, New Jersey: Sugarloaf Craft Festivals

s March 14 to March 15 in St. Charles, Illinois: 58th Spring Fox Valley Antiques Show & Sale

s March 14 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Dinner in a Country Village

s March 14 to March 15 in Perrysburg, Ohio: Floor Cloth Workshop

s March 14 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania: Open-Hearth Cooking Demonstration-Raiding the Root Cellar

s March 14 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: Open Hearth Cooking Classes

s March 14 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Hearth-Cooking Workshop

s March 14 in Fairmount, West Virginia: Indoor Colonial Kids Games and Storytelling

s March 14 in Charleston, South Carolina: Piecing Together the Past with Archaeology

s March 14 to March 15 in Guilford, Connecticut: Guilford Antiques Show

s March 14 to March 15 in Syracuse, New York: Greater Syracuse Antiques Expo

s March 14 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania: 18th Century Tavern Night

s March 14 to March 15 in Vonore, Tennessee: Garrison Weekends

s March 15 in Ticonderoga, New York: Fort Fever Series

s March 15 to March 17 in Williamsburg, Virginia: Stitching Together a National Identity

s March 15 in Hasbrouck Hts, New Jersey: The Winter Season Doll Show

s March 15 in Princeton, New Jersey: Sacred Harmony: Schoolgirl Music of the 18th and 19th Centuries

s March 16 in New York, New York: Kensington Palace Revealed

s March 17 to March 22 in Fishers, Indiana: Hearthside Suppers

s March 20 to March 22 in St. Petersburg, Florida: Sunshine City Antiques & Collectibles Show

s March 20 to March 22 in Charleston, South Carolina: Charleston Antiques Show

s March 20 in Mount Vernon, Virginia: Washington’s Irish: Historic Concert & Reception

s March 20 to March 22 in Darien, Georgia: Scottish Heritage Days

s March 20 to March 22 in New York, New York: The Jewelry Show at Pratt Mansion

s March 20 to March 22 in Oaks, Pennsylvania: Sugarloaf Craft Festivals in Oaks

s March 20 to March 22 in Cedar Falls, Iowa: UNI-Dome Antique & Collectibles Show

s March 21 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Dinner in a Country Village

s March 21 in Blountsville, Alabama: Daffodil Festival

s March 21 to March 22 in Kalamazoo, Michigan: Kalamazoo Living History Show

s March 21 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: Open Hearth Cooking Classes

s March 21 in St. Mary’s City, Maryland: Maryland Day

s March 21 to March 22 in Mumford, New York: Maple Sugar Festival

s March 21 to March 22 in Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Spring Antiques Show

s March 21 to March 22 in Williamsburg, Virginia: Military Through the Ages

s March 21 in Wilimington, Ohio: Ohio Country Antique Show

s March 21 in Edgewater, Maryland: Maryland Day

s March 21 to March 22 in Timonium, Maryland: Baltimore Antique Arms Show

s March 21 in Washington, District of Columbia: Cherry Blossom Tea & Garden Tour

s March 21 in Wetumpka, Alabama: Fort Toulouse Living History

s March 22 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: 2015 Winter Lecture Series

s March 22 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania: What You Always Wanted to Know About Fraktur, but Were Afraid to Ask

s March 22 in Morrisville, Pennsylvania: Beer & Bread Sunday

s March 24 in Mount Vernon, Virginia: Music at Mount Vernon

s March 24 in Williamsburg, Virginia: Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose

s March 24 in Charlottesville, Virginia: Jefferson Family Spaces

s March 26 in Charlottesville, Virginia: Jefferson Family Spaces

s March 26 to March 28 in Lumpkin, Georgia: Sisters in Science

s March 26 in Newport, Rhode Island: Living in a (Colonial) Material World

s March 26 in Washington, District of Columbia: Patriotism, Protest, and the Presidency

s March 27 to March 28 in Forest, Virginia: Barrels, Bottles, and Casks Tour

s March 28 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Dinner in a Country Village

s March 28 to March 29 in Mason Neck, Virginia: Open Hearth Cooking Class Level II

s March 28 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Winter Night in Pitt Tavern

s March 28 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Hearth-Cooking Workshop

s March 28 in Tamworth Village, New Hampshire: Maple Sugaring Open House

s March 28 to March 29 in Mumford, New York: Maple Sugar Festival

s March 28 in Media, Pennsylvania: The Best Our Pretty Farm Affords

s March 28 to March 29 in New York, New York: The Pier Antique Show

s March 28 to March 29 in Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana Artisan Marketplace

s March 29 in Louisville, Kentucky: Emilie Strong Smith Chamber Music Series

s March 29 in South Berwick, Maine: Wallpaper 101: Explore New England’s Largest Wallpaper Collection

s March 29 in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania German Easter

EXHIBITIONS OPENING THIS MONTH

s March 12 to February 14, 2016 in Kent, Ohio: Inside Out: Revealing Clothing’s Hidden Secrets

s March 15 to October 30 in Morristown, New Jersey: Canals of New Jersey

s March 19 to April 19 in Charleston, South Carolina: 68th Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens

s March 21 to July 19 in Tacoma, Washington: Across the Pond: The Voyage of a Beaver Pelt

s March 29 to August 30 in Baltimore, Maryland: Rinehart’s Studio: Rough Stone to Living Marble