Mother's Day Afternoon Tea

par THE PARKWOOD FOUNDATION

  • samedi, 11 mai 2019 de 10:45 Matin à 1:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Parkwood National Historic Site 270 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, ON L1G 4T5

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Thank you for your interest in our Mother's Day Tea. The event is currently Sold Out. Please have a peek at www.parkwoodestate.com/events for a list of other upcoming events that might be of interest.

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The perfect way to celebrate Mother's Day...

Join us for Afternoon Tea and a 1920's Fashion Show in the beautiful Sunroom & Loggia of Parkwood on Sat. May 11, 2019. 

The 1920's saw one of the greatest shifts in dress for women. Young women cut their hair short and joined the flapper revolution! The effects of the end of WWI left a lasting impression on the world, specifically on the world of women.  Society emerged with women in new roles for the first time in history and this revolution changed fashion immensely.  Discover this revolution and societies reactions through a talk and fashion show with historic fashions from Fashion History Productions.

*All ticket purchases are non refundable*

Détails

10:45 am      Registration & Raffle

11:00 am      Welcome, Fashion History Productions Show

11:30 am      Afternoon Tea Served

12:30 pm      Raffle Draws

1:00 pm        Event Wrap-Up

*Schedule subject to change without notice

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Jours pour acheter

7

Parkwood National Historic Site
270 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, ON L1G 4T5

11 mai 2019
samedi, 11 mai 2019 10:45 Matin (HAE)

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Parkwood National Historic Site
270 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa , ON
L1G 4T5

À propos de cet organisme

The former home of Canadian Auto-Baron and Founder of General Motors Canada, R.S. McLaughlin, Parkwood is a National Historic Site that operates as a museum and heritage garden for the education and enjoyment of all visitors.