History Happy Hour covers the ’70s

Learn about Jefferson County history, how to mix drinks

PORT TOWNSEND — Suzanne Lamon and Fank Samuelson will join Jenny Westdahl for “History Happy Hour: The ’70s” at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25.

The free program will stream live on the Zoom internet meeting platform.

Lamon and Samuelson will show how to mix the White Russian, the Tequila Sunrise and the non-alcoholic Shirley Temple.

Westdahl will discuss the history of Jefferson County during the decade.

RSVP by email at [email protected] to receive a link to the program.

For more information, visit jchsmuseum.org.

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