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~Upcoming Events~

(be sure to scroll down to see details as we add them to the events)

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Twelfth Night Feast and Ball

 January 6, 2018

Welcome starts at 5:30

Link to Twelfth Night 2018

 The lovely house at Lakewold Gardens will be the setting for Twelfth Night. This will be an evening event, a catered buffet dinner, and real called English Country Dance with live piano accompaniment!  The event will start at 5:30 and end by 10.   Price will be 70 dollars for WRS members, 80 dollars for non-members.  Here is a link to the ball invitation and purchase information:  TwelfthNight2018   sold out as of 11-8-17 but you may add your name to the waiting list in case of cancellations

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Save the Date!

March 10th 2018

empress tea room

The Washington Regency Society will meet in Victoria B.C.  March 10th 2018 for Afternoon Tea at the Historic Empress Hotel ! Come for a day trip or as stay as long as you want. (You will  plan your own travel through Clipper Vacations.) A small number of the WRS members did this in 2017 and it was so much fun they want you to join us in 2018.

More details  to come !

Contact Cynthia Nordlund for Questions 253 -756- 8064

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Group Sewing Days

Sewing tools
Join us for a sewing day

We have had a lot of fun and made a lot of progress on projects when we meet up and help each other with our costuming.  We are negotiating with spaces and plan more of these “sewing days” this year — follow this space for more information soon!

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~Past Events~

you may click here to see some of our past events

 Secret Garden Tea - May 21, 2017

tea party

 Summer Picnic at Lakewold Gardens

lounging picnic

July 23, 2017

Playing Croquet at Lakewold Gardens
Playing Croquet at Lakewold Gardens


Tall Ships at Port Ludlow, Washington August 26-27, 2017


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Turban Workshop

September 17, 2017

1818 la belle assemble

a workshop in making the Fixed style turban of the late 18th and early 19th Century

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