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Join The Washington Regency for our Annual Spring Tea – this year at the Olive Branch Cafe in Tacoma, WA.
Welcome to this beautifully appointed Tea room for something a little different !
“Afternoon Tea” includes
3 Mini Sandwiches, Fruit, Mini Desserts, Scone,
and your choice of Coffee or Tea.
$48 (tax and tip included) Advance Payment Required
Click on the picture of people enjoying a tea party above for more information and to register
Only 30 spots available
at the Stadium Manor House
Renton Library on Mill Avenue
October 2020 (early)
Cards, fun costumes, snacks, and a Regency swap meet
(No kill) Regency Hunt and
A Hunt Breakfast
This fall we are excited to work with the Woodbrook Hunt Club in Lakewood again!
at Fernhill Library
January 2, 2021
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!
February 2, 2020
Federal Way Library
Please check our Facebook Event for more details.
Two nights lodging in this 100 year old hotel and five Southern style meals (served family- style), Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday breakfast.
There was an optional workshop in French Hand Sewing taught by Bobbi Chase t during the retreat.
Our much requested buckram bonnet workshop is finally scheduled. Your instructors, Mary Hafner-Laney and Ruth Haring will be guiding you through the process of constructing the wired buckram foundation in the first part of this workshop, to be followed by Part II on September 15th during which you will cover and trim your bonnet. Your instructors are experienced bonnet milliners, and Mary has taught a bonnet workshop before, so you will gain new expertise about the how’s and why’s of making a sturdy bonnet that will last.
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Our much requested buckram bonnet workshop part one was quite successful and sold out in mere days Your instructors, Mary Hafner-Laney and Ruth Haring will be guiding you through the process of constructing the wired buckram foundation in the first part of this workshop, to be followed by Part II on September 15th during which you will cover and trim your bonnet. Your instructors are experienced bonnet milliners, and Mary has taught a bonnet workshop before, so you will gain new expertise about the how’s and why’s of making a sturdy bonnet that will last.
You may click here to see some more of our past events.
The Tall Ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will be docked in Port Orchard on August 17.
We brought our own picnic, tables and chairs, blankets, foods, cutlery, drinks to Picnic at Givens Play Field (1025 Tacoma Ave. Port Orchard 98366 ). We then dined under the evergreen trees for a few hours 11am -2 pm .
The Log Cabin Museum 416 Sidney Ave. 2:30-3pm (We tried to fo but it was closed!)
Then we ventured to downtown for Antique shopping (801 Bay Street) in the quaint area along the water 3pm -5:30 pm, just a few minutes walking.
Next, on to the Marina 707 Sidney Parkway for the adventure sail on The Lady Washington at 2 p.m.
After the sail we did retreat to Bay Street Bistro On the Bay (834 Bay Street) to have dinner. www.baystreetbistro.com
Lakewold Gardens — 12317 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Lakewood, Washington 98499
Please join us for our next sewing day at the Shoreline Library
The first part of our meeting was our business meeting with our President’s Report, Treasurer’s Report, and descriptions of how our members can get involved. The second part of the meeting was an educational presentation on fashions during the Regency period. This is intended to help newer (or current) members obtain the necessary information to start their own wardrobes. We also had a program on the Regency fashions at the Museum of Fashion History in Bath England. Two of our members were able to inspect some of the fashions in their collection and will be sharing details and photos of those garments.
The Jane Austen Society of North America, Puget Sound Region invited the Washington Regency Society to join them for this festive occasion. http://waregency.org/?p=1831
March 3, 2019
WRS returned to the site of our very first function! We had a delightful tea and played parlor games
WRS Sewing Day at the Federal Way Library - 34200 1st Way S, Federal Way, Washington 98003
September 17, 2017
Click this link for more WRS past events: http://waregency.org/past-events
WRS REFUND POLICY
(This policy was adopted on 5/7/17)
• Deposits or full amount must be received by the published deadline which is 30 days prior to the event unless otherwise specified.
• If the minimum number of people do not sign up by the deadline, the event will be canceled, and money refunded.
• If an attendee cancels after the published deadline, no refund will be made.
• Attendance is transferrable but the purchaser is responsible for finding a substitute.