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School of Etiquette
In this delightful 90-minute program, Nanny Rose and
her domestic Olivia teach children (and sometimes their
parents) proper manners and etiquette for dining at
home, in a restaurant, or at a more formal affair. This
fun and fast-paced show provides lots of laughs as your
little ladies and gentlemen learn in a relaxed, entertaining
atmosphere. This program is appropriate for boys and
girls, ages 5 to 12.
March 9 (Saturday) or March 10 (Sunday);
$15 per child; $10 per adult; includes
interactive performance and light lunch;
Victorian Parlor Games
The Victorians loved to entertain, and the best way to
entertain was to play games. In the 19
electronics changed our habits, people gathered in
homes for entertainment and played parlor or board
games for recreation. The host or hostess might plan
seven or eight games to be played throughout the
evening, often with light refreshments between games.
Learn what refreshments were served during a typical
Victorian evening with family and friends, and discover
the fun of participating in several Victorian parlor games.
Be prepared to join in and have fun! Light refreshments
will be served.
May 5 (Sunday); 2:00
$20 per person; reservations required.