The Sweets, By and By
An Evening with Aimee Schulhauser
Thursday, August 30, 7:00 pm
Civic Museum of Regina
1231 Broad Street
seating is limited
a free event
Curious about what candy tasted like 100 years ago? Got a sweet tooth? Get cooking with local chef Aimee Schulhauser!
Join us at the Civic Museum as we cook up some turn-of-the-century candy using handwritten recipes by Regina’s early settler women over 100 years ago. Learn the techniques with Aimee and sample some sugary delights, then take home the recipes and try them out yourself!
Aimee promises an evening of fun, history, and candy!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-780-9435
This handmade Crystal Radio set features a brown stained wooden case with hinged lid. It was made by Paul Haward who was born in England in 1898 and immigrated with his family to Regina in 1912. This set is a primitive type of radio using a crystal detector to receive signals, instead of an electron tube.
Paul Haward lived on College Avenue from 1924 to 1966 and ran the Regina Press Ltd. with his brother George. Their family donated the radio set to the museum in 1988.
After its invention in the 1890s, radio quickly became a popular medium for delivering information and entertainment. Most evenings, especially during the cold winter months, the family would gather around the radio for amusement.