Tea and Rhubarb will be served at the Remick Museum in Tamworth, New Hampshire–but not at the same time!
29 MAY 2007— Remick Museum offers Victorian Tea, on Saturday, June 7th, 3pm.
Join the Remick Museum for a Victorian Tea at the Captain Enoch Remick House on Saturday, June 7, 2008, at 3pm. Enjoy freshly brewed teas, lavender lemonade, tea sandwiches, and delicate cookies. Learn about the history of tea in the boyhood home of Dr. Edwin Crafts Remick, which contains the family's antique furnishings. The fee is $8.00 per person. There are some spaces left, so call 323-8002 to reserve your space. If you prefer to attend in the fall, Victorian Tea returns on September 20, 2008. The Captain Enoch Remick House is located at 26 Great Hill Road, Tamworth Village.
Attend the Rhubarb Workshop on Saturday, June 7th, 10am- 12 noon.
Come to the Rhubarb Workshop on Saturday, June 7, 2008, from 10am- 12 noon. Learn to make some delicious treats using rhubarb, some historic, some contemporary. The workshop fee is $20.00, and pre-registration is required. Materials are included in the fee. The Workshop is designed for adults; young people age 16 and older are welcome with an accompanying adult. The Museum can now take a workshop registration over the phone using a credit card. To register, call (603) 323-7591 or (800) 686- 6117.
The Remick Museum Store has fresh rhubarb for sale for $4.99lb. Vegetable and herb plants are also available for $2.50 a six pack. Come see the newly expanded Museum Store!
Photo: Captain Enoch Remick House Docent, Jill Reynolds, and Curator, Winnie Mitchell, serving tea in traditional dress at Victorian Tea. (used with permission)
I hope you join them for these wonderful programs.
P.S. For those of you who are rhubarb-challenged, here is an article I wrote about the origin of rhubarb!