Location: Crocker House Museum, 15 Union St., Mt. Clemens MI 48043
Come celebrate 150 years of the Crocker House in Mount Clemens with an afternoon tea! This tea event includes a tour of the Crocker House Museum and a lovely tea in their beautiful outdoor garden. Learn about the Crocker House built by the first mayor of Mount Clemens, Joshua Dickinson in 1869, for his daughter, Katherine, the great-granddaughter of city founder Christian Clemens, and his son-in-law, George M. Crocker, and so much more surrounding this charming Italianate home and grounds. Also, a surprise guest appearance awaits all who join!
INCLUDES: Crocker House tour, garden afternoon tea, special guest, favor and event coordinator.
*Please Note: Transportation on your own.*
To be placed on the wait list for this event, please call 586-285-8880
Location: St. Sabbas Monastery, 18745 Old Homestead Dr., Harper Woods, MI 48225
Description: Come and enjoy the beautiful Christmas decorations at St. Sabbas Monastery in Harper Woods. Lunch will be prepared in-house by Czech-heritage, Chef Petr Balcarovsky, who studied culinary arts in Europe. Don't miss out surrounding yourself in this unique enchanting holilday atmosphere for which many have been known to travel hundreds of miles to taste the finest Eastern European cuisine in Metro Detroit!
Includes: Wonderful Eastern European cuisine, unique dining experience, a short historical and architectural lecture about St. Sabbas Monastery by Chef Petr, 45 loose-leaf teas to choose from and everyone goes home with a memorable holiday favor!
Note: Please inform us who you'd like to be seated with. Proper attire is required (no jeans) and cell phones must be turned off. Thank you.
Join us for a lovely afternoon discovering the history of the "Little Black Dress". Since its introduction in 1926, the little black dress has been the epitome of timeless fashion. It is the answer to every "What should I wear..." question from cocktail parties to holiday parties to class reunions. It remains the height of chic, and makes every woman feel glamorous and beautiful. Fashion show and presentation will explore the history of this fashion staple, from its modest beginnings, through the decades, to the 21st Century and beyond.
We invite everyone (men included!) to wear your favorite black attire; whether it be a stylish shirt, a jacket, shoes or hat, and even a dress-you will look fabulous for this afternoon tea!
Please make meal selection at time of registration: Chicken Marsala, Lemon Encrusted Cod or Bow Tie Pasta Primavera.