Haymaker’s Punch Make & Take Workshop
Join us for History Alive! on the Cherokee Strip on Saturday, May 21 for a special Make & Take Workshop! We are making switchel, or “haymaker’s punch” in the historic Humphrey Heritage Village. By the 19th century, switchel was a popular drink among farmers. The beverage was often drank during hot, summer days while working out in the fields so laborers would stay hydrated and refreshed while they worked.
Tickets are $20 per person and availability is limited. So, sign up quickly to reserve your spot!
This workshop will be led by David Fowler, from the Cherokee Nation, and a regional director with the Oklahoma Historical Society.