Join us at the National Museum of American History in 2015….after hours. Enjoy evenings of food, drinks, and dynamic conversation that connect you with the past to make sense of the present and shape the future. Cheers to history!
April 8: What the Cluck?
6-8:30pm, Warner Bros. Theater, Enter at Constitution Avenue NW
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How did chicken become America's go-to white meat? Join farmers and Smithsonian historians for a conversation on the past, present, and future of chicken in America. From large-scale chicken production to backyard coops, from food safety to chicken marketing, how has American agriculture changed over time? After the panel, enjoy farmhouse-style beers from Right Proper Brewing Company, live bluegrass from By and By, and delicious food while continuing the conversation with chicken coop demonstrations from Rent a Coop, objects on display, and much more.
Les Dames d'Escoffier DC
LDEI is the premier organization of influential professional women who are committed to the advancement of education and philanthropy in food, beverage and hospitality for the good of the global community.