August 26, 2014- 200 years ago this past weekend Paul Jennings set a table for dinner in Washington, D.C. That meal was never consumed by the Madisons or their invited guests. War had literally come to the doorstep, and dinner table, of the President's House.
August 18, 2014- A “Virginia Housewife” and “A Lady of Philadelphia” provided our Demonstration Kitchen interpreters with recipes this weekend. Find out what these American and international recipes were on our Menu of the Week.
July 30, 2014—Great educators are always looking for ways to improve their craft and for additional resources to bring into their classroom. Perhaps even more important, however, is the fact that most teachers are life-long learners who are driven by their curiosity and their love of the subject that they teach. In pursuing opportunities for professional growth, I was directed to a seminar in one of the most unexpected places: Montpelier, the home of James Madison.