Rethinking Porkopolis explores the ways pigs and pork packing shaped the environment of Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio during the 19th century, and connected the region to the cotton economy of the Deep South.
Where: The Harriet Beecher Stowe House, 2950 Gilbert Avenue, 45206
When: Sunday, December 4th, 2016, meet at the house at 2:30
There is parking in the rear.
There is a $4 donation for admission at the door. Please reserve a ticket using this Eventbrite so we will know how many to expect. Everyone is welcome to join us at Woodburn Brewery afterward for some social time.
Questions? Contact Wendy Silvius, Education Chair, Wendy@slowfoodcincinnati.org