Heritage Square Spring Tea

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1920’s Tea By the Sea at Heritage Square, Oxnard

The Friends of Heritage Square will offer their annual Spring Tea on Saturday, May 13, 2017. This year takes on a 1920s theme, honoring 1926, when Oxnard was considered “The New Hollywood”.  Visitors can enjoy a total Roaring Twenties experience, including the lingo of the day, how to do the Charleston and find out why Tinsel Town stars came to Oxnard to live, work and play.

An expanded Marketplace  featuring 1920s items and more will open at 11:00 AM for last minute Mother’s Day gifts. Participants can also shop for their favorite gift baskets provided by The Friends of Heritage Square.

Guests are encouraged to wear 1920s themed outfits for a chance to win a prize. Ideas for 1920s styles will be posted on www.heritagesquareoxnard.com and www.facebook.com/heritagesquareoxnard. Search Heritage Square’s Tea by the Sea.  For those who don’t have time to create their own 20’s look, there will be moderately priced items available for purchase to slip into before tea time.

Seating and tea service begins at 1:30 pm.  Piano music of the Roaring Twenties will be provided by Ray Mautner.  Refreshments include tea sandwiches, scones and desserts, catered by La Dolce Vita Restaurant. Tea service will be delivered by costumed docents. 

In addition to tea service, “Prohibition Cocktails” will also be available, no host, compliments of Ventura County’s 1920s woman bootlegger.

Prices: $40 per person, $35 per person for group of 6. Tables available for groups of six or eight. $20 for children under 12.  Tickets available online www.heritagesquareoxnard.com or call 483-7960.

Proceeds benefit the Friends of Heritage Square and their educational programs. A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible.

The Friends of Heritage Square (FOHS) is a self funded volunteer organization founded 25 years ago. The mission of the FOHS is to help people of all ages to appreciate the importance of our local cultural and historical heritage as well as the art and architecture of the homes that were moved to Heritage Square.  This is accomplished through tours and special events throughout the year that celebrate history as well as educate and entertain the public

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