Winter Lecture Series: Tea in the 18th Century
Date: Saturday, January 25, 2020
Location: O'Brien's Oyster Bar and Seafood Tavern, 113 Main Street
Time: 12:30 pm - 3 pm
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Kimberly Walters will present the importance of tea in the colonies based upon her new book, Tea in 18th Century America. Learn how tea was introduced and the controversy surrounding it, as well as the rituals of the tea ceremony and the equipage needed to serve it. Bring your own treasured teacup, if you wish, and “take tea,” hosted by Mrs. Paca and her colonial friends. You’ll enjoy an authentic colonial tea with sweets and savories while catching up on the latest news and gossip of the era. A book signing will follow this special experience.
Advanced registration required.
Cost: $40 General Admission; $35 for HA Members/Volunteers/Docents
Please note: Price includes refreshments. Books will be available for purchase.
Please be aware that access to this lecture space requires ascending a flight of stairs.