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Historic Reno Preservation Society presents 1st Tuesdays @ 5:30pm: Sharon Honig-Bear presents A Taste for History
Historic Reno Preservation Society’s free programs offer topics related to Reno’s history.
There will be NO program in December of 2020. Programs will resume in January.
More HRPS information is available at historicreno.org or on Facebook.
Come savor a visual history of local food, drink and the industries that surround them! “Edible Traditions” columnist Sharon Honig-Bear has fashioned a presentation based on her past four years of columns in edibleRenoTahoe magazine, with new images never published in the magazine. Discover unknown stories like sugar beet production in Fallon, Chicken Soup Hot Springs in Washoe Valley and the turkey farms near where Park Lane once stood. The presentation is fast-moving and full of surprises about your backyard—the food that was once enjoyed in the area.
Sharon Honig-Bear is a long-time Board member, Past President and tour leader for Historic Reno Preservation Society. She was a restaurant columnist for the Reno Gazette-Journal and is now a columnist for edibleRenoTahoe magazine.
This event is part of a series. Registration is for this event only. Click here to see the other events in this series.
- Tuesday, November 3, 2020
- 5:30pm - 6:30pm
- Digital Library