Members’ Only Boar’s Head Feast Holiday Party (5:00 pm)

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Date(s) - 12/09/2018
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm



The colorful Boar’s Head ceremony became part of the Christmas celebration in the great manor houses of the Middle Ages but had its roots in pagan times when the boar was the first dish served at a Roman feast. In medieval England, the ferocious boar was the sovereign of the forest, a menace to man, and a symbol of evil. The presentation of the boar’s head at Christmas signified the triumph of good over evil. Come to celebrate the holidays in old world fashion with your fellow members! Chef John Enterline will fix pork and beef, and we will ask everyone to bring a side dish or dessert! Please RSVP via Clubster and coordinate what you will bring with Linda Shemely.