Every year, Charlotte Museum holds a festive Twelfth Night celebration for the community. It features live music, bonfires, candlelit tours of the Rock House and more.
This year, they can’t host that event, but they are offering Lunch & Learn: Twelfth Night, a virtual program, via Zoom.
It will take place Wednesday, January 6th, 2020, from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. It’s a free program.
Learn about the food, music, and general merriment that early Charlotteans employed to mark the end of the holiday season.
Twelfth Night celebrations were hugely popular in Col”onial America and marked the end of the holiday season,” said Adria Focht, president & CEO of The Charlotte Museum of History. “It was the biggest party of the year, with lots of music and games and even more drinking and treats, including the highlight, a Twelfth Night cake.”
History museum staff will be joined by Zach “The Historian” Lemhouse of the Culture & Heritage Museums of York County for the program.
You’ll find a link to register on Charlotte Museum of History’s Lunch and Learn page. When you register you’ll receive the Zoom link.
A recording will be available on the museum’s YouTube channel after the event.
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