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Edwardian Tea & Fashion
Edwardian Tea & Fashion

Sat, Apr 06

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The Holladay House

Edwardian Tea & Fashion

Sample foods from the last first-class tea served on the Titanic in 1912 and learn about Edwardian period fashion from local experts at the Holladay House in Orange, Virginia.

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Time & Location

Apr 06, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

The Holladay House, 155 W Main St, Orange, VA 22960, USA

About the event

Enjoy tasting a portion of the first class tea menu served on board the Titanic while learning about Edwardian fashion!

Speakers:

- Bethany Sullivan, James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage: Introduction to Edwardian Fashion

- Lorraine McConnell, Sequoia Springs milliners: Hats in the Edwardian Era

- Terri Hockett, My Sister's Closet: Building an English tea-inspired look with modern clothing and accessories

Menu, catered by Provisions Market Table of Orange:

· Sliced black pepper and garlic roasted eye round (medium rare) with horseradish cream

· Lemon-pepper smoked salmon

· Cubed Irish cheddar with fruit and tomato chutney

· Lemon tarts, scones

· English Breakfast tea, water

(sorry, no substitutions)

The food and drinks will be laid out to partake of while listening to the speakers (~15 minutes/speaker) and watching a mini-fashion show produced by Terri Hockett.  There will be 15 chairs available during the program for attendees to share. 

Choose from two start times: 12 noon and 3 pm. 

Please note that this is an historic house, and entry is gained by stairs: fewer stairs if parked on Main St. and entering by the front door, more stairs if parked in the Holladay House parking lot behind the house and entering by the lower back entrance. 

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    $35.00
    +$0.88 service fee
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