Sunday, March 28, 2010


The Southern Museum's Mother & Daughter Tea
Saturday, May 8 • 1 PM - 4 PM

Don your prettiest dresses for this special tea just in time for Mother's Day!
Mothers and daughters will enjoy a traditional Victorian teatime complete with sandwiches, scones, fruit, sweets and a delicious dessert finale. But that's not all - you'll also be charmed by a fashion show, music, games, and make-and-take crafts including decoupaging your own keepsake box, decorating spring bonnets and making a "tussie mussie!"

So bring your favorite doll or stuffed animal for teatime with mothers, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, nieces and friends - the memories made here will last a lifetime!

Tickets are $35 per couple; $25 for couples that are Museum members; $10 per each additional person. You can register by downloading this form (PDF 136KB); you can also contact Jane Pies at the Museum at 770.427.2117, ext 3058, or at Registration deadline is April 30.

Sponsored By: Tea & Traditions

To view link on the museum's website and download registration form click here

* Win Tickets *

Please share your favorite mother/daughter memory to be our guest and win two tickets to the tea at the Southern Museum. Winner will be chosen April 15th by Random Number Integer.

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Brandie "Bee" said...

My favorite mother/daughter time was a long time ago when we only had one car and my oldest daughter was just two years old. We would drive Daddy to work, and then stop by the local coffee cart at the county municipal airport. I would get my tea latte and she would get a "mooka" and we would watch the planes take off and land. Some of the sweetest and wonder filled time we had back then. There was no hectic schedules with just one 2 year old, and the delight in her eyes when a plane took off right over us or a helicopter nearby would float above our heads was priceless. Even she still remembers is it almost 10 years later!

Jamie said...

A favorite? I can't pick! With Lindsey, I guess I'd say the day she started calling me "Mama" after her adoption. With Kathryn, there are a lot, but one I'd pick was the 1st time we went to tea & celebrated my birthday. She was so delighted by the whole thing, and that teacup was nearly as big as her face!

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