Showing posts from April, 2017

Stages of Freedom presents its annual Tea Party,

Stages of Freedom presents its annual Tea Party,
co-sponsored with Preserve Rhode Island, for young girls of color.

Our host, Lady Estelle Barada, a Black Victorian re-enactor, uses taking tea to teach social graces and etiquette to young girls.

A long tradition in the Black community, tea parties were used to teach manners, networking and raise funds for important causes.

Enjoy tea, pastries and music in the historic Gov. Lippitt House Museum.

Wear your best party dress.

Sunday, April 30, 2017
1:00 PM
Lippitt House Museum
Providence, RI

$5.00 per girl
6 to 12
Register my girl for "Girls Tea Party"

Sponsors play an important role in our Tea for Girls event! Sponsors provide funds that help us improve the event and bring more to the table. Sponsors make this amazing tea party possible, and this year you can make a difference to our wonderful girls.
clicl here to become a sponsor donor of $25.00…

April's Tea News

With 2017 now in full swing, I’m enjoying the changing weather and relishing the thought that Spring is almost here! And as we all know, April showers bring May flowers...

Flowers, warmth, getting out of the house a little more, and light are the elements that excite us this time of the year.  Why not create a gathering to include those very elements? Invite friends over, plan a lunch or tea with flowers as the theme, and good conversation will deliver the warmth everyone will need. Perhaps some of these ideas will help you plan a memorable event. . .
Use floral dishes, old or new, to set your table. Force or buy bulbs in individual glass containers so one can see the roots and growth, and use different stages of growth and flowered bulbs as the center- piece, then give each guest a piece of spring to take home. (Most items can be found in dollar stores)
Floral teas are so varied and abundant. Serve a chocolate rose tea, lemon chamomile, or tea of your choice. Ask your guests to bri…

First Etiquette Class at The Tea Salon

Young girls Etiquette Tea! 
Ages 6-12
 Cost $10.00 
Tea menu : Scone, finger sandwiches and sweet treats.
 Tea etiquette and Table Manners by Lady Estelle
 Girls must dress for tea (Sunday Best)
What a delightful afternoon with these lovely ladies.