FORECAST of 2018 EVENTS
March 18, Humanities program Stacey roth a tea program free
March 24 th Center for Historic arts-18c dance workshop, NJHD 40.00
April 14, bbb 8:00-9:30—waffle bar-$15/pp
April 14, bbb reenactors and public dance
April 22, D and R bus tour $50/pp
May 6 humanities program, jonathan Mercantini, per-post rev war free
June 9 hosting league of historic societies
June 14, spirit day w/ somerset patriots 7pm
June 10, center for historic arts, David Niescisor, tailor old barracks 40.00 includes materials
handstitched mens cap
July 7 th , 3 rd annual picnic on the lawn free
October 21, Susan Feibush, President’s pets program—bring the kids
Nov 11, pop up museum and program on WWI
Why was tea so important in the lives of 18th century people that fashion-conscious families posed for portraits with their tea sets? Did Great Britain lose her American Colonies over "the cup that cheers"? Find out in this unusual costumed presentation of tea lore, history, songs, poetry, living history display and demonstration.
March 18th, Sunday at 2pm..............FREE
This program is funded by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, and is FREE. *Due to limited space, the first 50 people registered will be admitted.
Refreshments will be served, including Bohea tea imported from the UK. The same tea that was tossed into Boston Harbor!
Stacy Flora Roth is a freelance museum educator, public speaker, vocalist, and performance artist whose specialty is educational presentations on themes in American History. Ms Roth holds a BA in History from Kean University, an MLS from Rutgers Schools of Library and Information Studies, and an MA from the University of Pennsylvania in American Civilization.
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