The Moravian Historical Society is accepting reservations for their annual “Little Dolls: a Little Tea” event
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JANUARY 8, 2013
Contact: Kelly Givens
The Moravian Historical Society is accepting reservations
for their annual “Little Dolls: a Little Tea” event
Nazareth, PA – On February 9th the Moravian Historical Society will host its 9th annual “Little Dolls, a Little Tea” Victorian Era tea party sponsored by Huth Insurance and Hoch Accounting. Guests should call immediately to reserve their space, as seats typically sell out quickly.
This year’s event is not to be missed. Young ladies are encouraged to dress to impress and bring their favorite doll along for this memorable day. They will enjoy Victorian Era tea and treats from The Lafayette Inn, Easton. The young ladies will also experience popular parlor games and be served by costumed hosts in a Victorian Era mansion.
“It is wonderful to see generations of women coming together to connect to the past and create new memories,” said Megan van Ravenswaay, Whitefield House Site Director for the organization.
Adults accompanying the young ladies may support the Moravian Historical Society by participating in a raffle. One hundred percent of the proceeds support the Society’s preservation and educational efforts. The raffle includes the new 2013 American Girl doll, doll accessories, and many more special items from local businesses.
The recommended age is 5 years and up. Other ages are welcome based on the parent’s discretion. Cost is $60 for an adult, with child, and doll. $30 for each additional adult. Pre-paid reservations are required as seating is extremely limited. Three seatings are offered at 10 a.m., 12:15 p.m., and 2:30 p.m.
For reservations and more information, call 610-759-5070 or email gro.yteicoslacirotsihnaivaromnull@ofni. The Moravian Historical Society is located at the Whitefield House at 214 East Center Street, Nazareth, PA 18064.
One of the oldest historical societies in Pennsylvania, the Moravian Historical Society is a not-for-profit organization that shares over 500 years of fascinating Moravian contributions to worldwide culture through educational programs for students, guided tours, museum exhibits, and public activities. More information is available at www.moravianhistoricalsociety.org.