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America’s Kitchens – Nancy Carlisle Lecture in Arlington On Tuesday evening, November 30, 2010 Nancy Carlisle, curator at Historic New England (formerly the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities or SPNEA) will speak at the Arlington Historical Society’s meeting on America’s Kitchens.
Carlisle is the co-author of America’s Kitchens published by Historic New England in 2008. The lavishly illustrated book traces the history of the kitchen through the centuries. Historic New England also had a traveling America’s Kitchens exhibit that toured museums around the country.
This talk promises to be a fascinating look at the evolution of this important room and the role it plays in our families’ lives – especially in this era when ”gourmet kitchens” with granite counters and all the stainless steel bells and whistles are considered essentials by so many home buyers.
The lecture is scheduled for 7:30 pm at the Arlington Heights Nursery School at 10 Acton Street, Arlington (off of Appleton Street near Mass Ave.). Admission is free for members of the Arlington Historical Society or $3.00 for non-members.