Cultural Influences in the Spanish Colonial Kitchen

Date & Time
Multiple Days: 03/10/2018, 05/12/2018, 10/27/2018 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Fee Information
FREE
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Colonial Kitchen

During this event reenactors dressed as Spanish colonial women will describe the life of a typical woman in Saint Augustine during Spanish colonial times. Reenactors will also be demonstrating how foods from three different cultures were combined to create some of the best dishes available in 1740’s Spanish Florida.  Produce from three very different cultures - Native American, African, and Spanish - will be on display while reenactors discuss how each of these influenced the Spanish kitchen.  

Children visiting the park will be able to participate in other junior ranger activities.  They can make molds of animal tracks and taking them home after learning about the creatures that leave them behind.


Location:
Fort Matanzas Visitor Center

Time:
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Fee Information:
FREE

Contact Name:
Griselle Fuellner

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Contact Phone Number:
(904) 471-0116

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Mailing Address:

8635 A1A South
Saint Augustine, FL 32080

Phone:

(904) 471-0116

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