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The word around town is TEA! Victorian Tea to be exact! And the signs are there to prove it!

The signs, across town, are announcing a Victorian Tea sponsored by the Power of Flowers Project and hosted by the Tewksbury Congregational Church. And YOU are invited to join us!

Reminiscent of gentile days gone by – the event will host an afternoon tea serving finger foods and delicacies unique to Victorian times and, of course, a variety of teas. Breads, conserves, dainty desserts, and crystallized fruits and nuts will be a treat for your palate.

The setting will take you back in time with a pretty display of the foods on tiered plating, damask linens, and flowers everywhere. A pretty setting to calm the soul and encourage the art of a conversation. A fine afternoon to share with friends and soon to be friends.


Mrs. Gordon will take you further back in time as she entertains with stories of the Victorian period – lifestyles, courtships and more.

Tickets are getting very limited – so don?t wait or you?ll miss a bit of history and a wonderful afternoon where technology is left outside the door and you are transported to a quiet afternoon with friends.

Event Details can be found HERE or on our Facebook Page

Tickets can be purchased HERE


Our Hostesses are looking forward to greeting and entertaining all of you! Can?t wait to see you there!

Gentlemen are welcomed too!
Hats and gloves are optional!

A very special THANK YOU! To the Tewksbury Congregational Church for hosting our event and for helping to advertise it. Thanks! To to the town of Tewksbury and others who have supported this Power of Flowers Project event by getting the word out!

Proceeds from the event go to the Power of Flowers Project to help meet operating expenses.


Mrs. Gordon is portrayed by Rita Parisi of Waterfall Productions.