As The Tea Ladies, Inc., we are honored to present our Victorian and Edwardian history programs for
groups and organizations throughout Illinois and neighboring states.
These special events help to raise money for community causes, scholarships, historic preservation,  
restoration, and much more.  The following events are open to the public and we hope you can attend one.
Please click on the title of any event to visit their Website.
The Tea Ladies,Inc.
    Bringing Victorian &
    Edwardian History to Life
    Upcoming Events
    Throughout Illinois
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Titanic ~ Voices From The Past
Pekin Public Library
301 S. Fourth St.
Pekin, IL 61554
Saturday, November 12th, 2:00 p.m.

It's 1912, the year of the maiden voyage of the Titanic. Third class immigrants, second class travelers and first class
elegant Edwardians such as Lady Astor and Margaret (Molly) Brown were on board this "ship of dreams" and from
each class, each passenger has a story.
Join us as we embark on the most fascinating voyage of an era!

This program is free, but seating is limited.
Please call the library at (309) 347-7111 for more information.
My Grandmother's Apron
Morton Public Library
315 W. Pershing
Morton, IL 61550
Saturday, November 5th, at 2:00 p.m.

Wear your favorite vintage apron and join us as we recall household duties of decades past such as laundry day,
canning, baking, filling button boxes, stocking the pantry, and sharing recipes. This program includes a wonderful
"style show" of aprons for fond memories and fun!  

Truly a presentation that everyone will enjoy.

This program is free, but registration is required.  
Please call the library at 309-263-2200 for reservations or questions.       
My Grandmother's Apron
C.H. Moore Homestead ~ Dewitt County Museum
219 E Woodlawn  
Clinton, Il
61727
Saturday, October 15
th, 2016 from 1:00 until 2:30pm

Wear your favorite vintage apron and join us as we recall household duties of decades past such as laundry day,
canning, baking, filling button boxes, stocking the pantry, and sharing recipes. This
event includes a light tea with
treats reminiscent of grandmother's kitchen.

A
presentation honoring and remembering those special ladies in our lives.

Tickets for the tea and program are $20.00 per person.
Seating is limited, so please call the museum soon, at 1-217-935-6066 for reservations