Mon, Feb 20|
Be Bold for Change: An Evening with Abigail Adams
Love history? Love tea? Come spend the evening with historical re-enactors as they take us through what life was like leading up to the Revolutionary War in Colonial Times. We will taste the types of teas that were thrown into the Boston Harbor accompanied by Colonial era appetizers.
Time & Location
Feb 20, 6:30 PM
Clayton, 4883 Iowa St, Clayton, IN 46118, USA
About the event
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) re-enactor, Lynn Hohenstien of the Eliza Rizley Stacey Chapter, will be hosting us in her parlor as she talks to us about life in the Colonies during times leading up to the Revolutionary War. We will taste the types of teas that were thrown into the Boston Harbor as well as what herbs were used as tea replacements after the Boston Tea Party. Colonial themed appetizers will accompany the tea tasting. These are some of the more popular foods eaten during Colonial Tea Time. Make haste and secure your spot today!
An Evening with Abigail Adams
This ticket includes the evening re-enactment, tea tasting, and colonial era-appetizers.