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2022
Food Preservation Class with Aaron “Hutch” Hutchings @ Golden History Park
Sep 10 @ 9:00 am

Food Preservation Class with Aaron “Hutch” Hutchings

There are two different classes from which to choose (9 am – noon or 1 – 4 pm). Make your selection on eventbrite.

Food Preservation

Join Colorado native and expert survivalist Aaron “Hutch” Hutchings for a class on food preservation. During this three-hour workshop, participants will learn simple food preservation techniques and can take home some of the food they preserve. Each participant must purchase a ticket in advance. Cost of supplies included in ticket price. Activities will take place primarily outdoors and in the Pearce Cabin at the History Park. The workshop will be run twice during the day. Suitable for age 16 and older.

Aaron Hutchings is a Colorado native, veteran, and father of four. He was raised in the Rocky Mountains by a real mountain man and hunting guide he called Grandpa. Hutch joined the Boy Scouts of America and later the United States Marine Corps where he became a K9 handler and was attached to Special Operations. While in the military, Hutch had the opportunity to train and teach unique skill sets in multiple environments, and he realized his love for teaching. After completing courses with some of the most recognized outdoor programs in the country, Hutch understood that most outdoor enthusiasts can’t afford the time or expense of travelling the country to acquire the diverse skills offered by multiple schools. This sparked the idea of becoming a lifetime student and full-time instructor. Hutch’s incredible generosity, broad skill set, and hilarious storytelling allows adventurers, regardless of background or experience level, to have a truly unique experience in the wild.



What’s in Golden History Park?

homestead open house

The History Park is home to many of the original buildings from the old Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. Stroll through the park and imagine yourself growing potatoes or raising chickens as part of a homesteading family. Peek through the windows of real 1800s cabins and see other buildings from the ranch like the barn, chicken coop and two-seat outhouse. You’ll also see the 1876 Guy Hill schoolhouse at the park. It was moved to Golden in 1976. Read more here.

 

Membership

GHM&P membership pays for itself with attendance at just a few programs. Memberships start at $40 and all levels include a 10% discount at our gift shop, which features books about Golden as well as crafts from local artisans. The best value starts at the Patron level ($125) and includes reciprocal admission and benefits at hundreds of North American museums from both of these networks: North American Reciprocal Museums (1,170 participating museums) and Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (more than 410). Join us today.  

More Golden history

Check out the Golden History Museum & Park blog for the latest behind the scenes videos and stories, personal memoirs, and history tidbits about Golden.