2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Carriage Barn in the Historic Area. Have you ever wondered how to harvest the fragrance of a flower or capture the irresistible aroma of sandalwood? Then this hands-on workshop is for you! Join us and learn how people in past times collected, preserved and blended botanical extracts for cosmetic purposes. See the entire process from start to finish – then enjoy a scent sampling of irresistible aromas. Each participant will learn to mix and bottle their own unique creation. All bottles are reproduced from excavations in 18th century Virginia and sealed with a cork and red sealing wax. Perfume ingredients are all-natural, holistic, organic and pharmaceutical grade. Tuition for the workshop is $85 in advance, with an additional $20 material fee due the day of. Space is limited. To register, please visit Perrin Cottage Perfumes online at https://perrincottageperfume.wixsite.com/perfume/workshops . The workshop will be led by Rebecca Suerdieck. She is a second-generation history educator from Colonial Williamsburg and a specialist in the forgotten skills of early American women. More info: https://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/sky-meadows, 540-592-3556, [email protected]