Osceola History is seeking local artists who can demonstrate and sell their work as part of a new “Artist Saturday” series at the History Museum. “We want to showcase a variety of artists demonstrating talents in the visual arts, musical arts or historic handcrafting,” said Executive Director Kimberly Murray. Participating artists will be on site from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on one Saturday a […]
Gingerbread, believed to have been brought to Europe by returning crusaders at the end of the 11thcentury, was tasty and the ginger helped preserve the bread. French legend says it was brought to Europe in 992 by the Armenian monk Gregory of Nicopolis. Professional baker guilds comprised only of gingerbread bakers were formed and gingerbread baking developed into an acknowledged profession. During the 17thcentury, only […]
Join us as we celebrate the Osceola County Historical Society’s 70th anniversary with a champagne brunch at Pioneer Village. Bring your friends and enjoy a brunch with music by Hideaway Acres String Quartet.