Downton Abbey-inspired tea party at Way Library on June 18

Posted Jun 14th, 2013 by Rose Mills  Category: Arts & Entertainment


Way Library invites all Downton Abbey fans to a “high society” tea party on Tuesday, June 18 at 7 p.m. on the library’s lower level. Cathy Kamenca of WGTE will host the lively program which will include tea and assorted finger foods, fun giveaways, trivia, behind-the-scenes clips, and even some Season IV spoilers. Downton Abbey has become a cultural phenomenon among Americans and British alike, who are fascinated by the fictional account of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants. In the Masterpiece Theater television series, Dame Maggie Smith portrays Violet Crawley, the infinitely quotable Dowager Countess of Grantham, whose scathingly funny and skillfully delivered one-liners spare none.
The tea party is free and open to adults, and reservations are not necessary. In order to fully “immerse in the manor house experience,” tea party guests are encouraged to dress in period attire (optional), and are asked to bring their own tea cup.
This program is part of Way Library’s adult summer reading program and is sponsored by Directions Credit Union.

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