The Victorian Tea & Dance Society is pleased to invite you to our
TEA DANCE SOCIAL
Sunday May 4th
1:30pm - 5:30pm
OUR DANCE PROGRAM
Join us on May 4th at our annual celebration of "Mothers & Roses" tea dance.
We welcome you to bring your mother along to this event at
a discounted price as we enjoy a traditional program of Victorian dances.
Each mother will leave with a rose to honor her.
We will also have a special selection of lively & lovely dances
that will be featured at the upcoming Lord Admiral Nelson Ball
to be taught by Dance Mistress Judee Schumacher Provonost.
The High Strung String Band!
OUR TEA TALK
Ruth Ellen Billion, Vintage Clothing Curator for the Doctor's House museum
in Glendale at the Brand Library complex, will be giving our tea talk
on Victorian fashion.
OUR TEA TIME
After many months of fun themed events, we are returning
to a more traditional tea time repast for our May Tea.
If you are new to this style of dancing please arrive early.
Let us know you are here for a beginners walk through of basic moves.
NO COSTUME IS REQUIRED!
We welcome those who dress in Victorian or fanciful attire
however many come in modern day clothing.
NO PARTNER NEEDED.
Many of our dancers come as individuals. It is a great way to meet people
and make new friends. Dances are easy & fun!
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It is important to plan properly for our tea time. Though walk-ins are welcome, we rely on your response to prepare our tea refreshments. It is so very important to plan properly to have abundance for all. When you reply YES we purchase and prepare food for YOU so kindly let us know by Thursday afternoon prior to our Social, if possible, of your R.S.V.P.
Though paper plates are available, we encourage guests to bring their own settings for tea time. It adds an elegant touch and helps reduce paper waste and clean-up time. (Quicker clean-up allows our Tea Hostesses time to dance after tea!)*
The Victorian Tea & Dance Society
Scottish Rite Cathedral hall
150 Madison Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101
COME JOIN US at the lovely Scottish Rite Cathedral Hall featuring
a wooden dance floor, air conditioning, and free parking.
Entrance to our tea hall is on the North Side of building.
No entrance is allowed through the south side kitchen due to safety regulations.
*If you bring your own setting please bring a plastic bag or towel to wrap your used dishes in after tea to bring home to clean. Guests are not allowed in the kitchen and we do not have the resources to rinse or wash your dishes onsite.