The community is welcome to join Museum members, supporters, and art patrons for a first look and recipe tastings from the "Beaches Bite By Bite" exhibit to be held at Beaches Museum on February 23, 2024 at 6:00 p.m.
Take a journey through tastes and time to see how Beaches food is as diverse as the people who have called the community home throughout the years. Many cultures have had an impact on our community’s cuisine, from the early Mocama people who first lived along the shores of the St. Johns River and the Atlantic Ocean, to the Minorcan, Danish, and Filipino residents of the Beaches.
Food is a bridge between centuries and cultures, a language spoken in spices and simmered in traditions passed from cook to cook. From the crackling fires of Timucua villages to the bustling kitchens of modern restaurants, learn how the act of preparing and sharing a meal has bound us together for generations.
All events are free to Museum members with a $5 suggested donation for non-members. For additional information and to pre-register for events, visit our website www.beachesmuseum.org or call 904.241.5657.