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May Tea

Photo Courtesy: William M. Brown May Tea 2019

May Tea

Trenton, NJ—Join the Old Barracks at the May Tea on Sunday, May 3, 2020. Two seatings are available at 11 AM and 2 PM.

This semi-formal tea service will include a variety of teas, finger sandwiches, and pastries. An entertaining discussion of the history of women’s suffrage and the founding members of the Old Barracks Association will enliven the afternoon!

There will be a silent auction to give you the opportunity to bring home a prize and further your support of the Old Barracks Museum’s Colonial Summer Camp. Tickets include all refreshments and a tea cup to take home with you.

Pre-orders for additional tea cups are available online until April 3.

Brunch attire is suggested.

Photo Courtesy of William M. Brown

All proceeds benefit the operating expenses of the Colonial Summer Camp which is offered via scholarship to Trenton students in conjunction with the Nicky Fifth Foundation

This fundraiser recalls the Pink Tea, a fundraiser of the Old Barracks Association in 1901.

Tickets are required and will not be available at the door. Tickets are available online at www.barracks.org for $35 and $30 for Old Barracks Association Members.

https://www.barracks.org/may-tea.html

ABOUT THE OLD BARRACKS MUSEUM: The Old Barracks Museum preserves the history of a building constructed as a French and Indian War military barracks and used as a Revolutionary War hospital. It also stood witness to Washington’s crucial victory at the Battle of Trenton. At the beginning of the 20th century, members of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Colonial Dames organized The Old Barracks Association and spearheaded a campaign to purchase the building. The building has been a museum for over a century and has frequently been used as a symbol for the state of New Jersey. The Old Barracks Museum welcomes visitors from across the state as well as around the world.