“Museum After Dark: Liquid History” and Frozen in Time: A Photographic History of Northwestern Oklahoma exhibit opening
April 7, 6 p.m.–8 p.m.
On the evening of Friday, April 7, the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center will host “Museum After Dark: Liquid History” in the Humphrey Heritage Village.
Join in an exciting event full of exploration, drinks, and more! Mixologists and historical interpreters will lead guests through the history of popular cocktails—exploring rich and delightful recipes in the past two centuries. Classic concoctions and the stories surrounding them will “mix” cocktails and history together for this special evening for ages 21 and older.
“Liquid History” is part of CSRHC’s monthly Museum After Dark series of events. Ticketed group tours start at 6 p.m., with time slots every half hour. “Liquid History” will take place concurrently with the opening of Frozen in Time: A Photographic History of Northwestern Oklahoma, a special exhibition featuring the works of local photographers Mike Klemme and Wess Gray, along with early regional photographers William S. Prettyman, William Edson, and Richard J. “Dick” McConkay. Klemme and Gray will be on-site to talk about the exhibit and their work.
The admission price for the opening of Frozen in Time is the regular cost of admission, while the “Liquid History” event is $40 per ticket.