Plymouth Historical Society Ladies Tea Saturday



Are you in the mood for a good old-fashioned story told by someone who knows how to spin a yarn? Then you’re invited to attend a ‘Ladies Tea’ Saturday, Sept. 6, at 1 p.m. at the First Congregational United Church of Christ – 1405 State 67 South, Plymouth. Be enthralled with the master story-telling of Jessica Michna, who dons full traditional garb to portray Sari (Ma) Semple, a folksy story-teller from 19th century Appalachia. Sari takes us back to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains of the mid- 19th century. As Sari spins her tales, the listener is transported to those hills. The stories blend together the folklore and the gritty reality of life in the ridges and hollers of Appalachia. Young and old alike will be spellbound by the rich tapestry of words woven by Sari. She may not be the First Lady of the Land, but she certainly is the first lady of Appalachia. Enjoy a cup of tea with special treats and an array of fabulous desserts around a beautiful table set by outstanding hostesses. Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased at the Plymouth Museum or by calling Peg at (920) 892-6228. Seating is limited and usually sells out prior to the event. Are you in the mood for a good old-fashioned story told by someone who knows how to spin a yarn? Then you’re invited to attend a ‘Ladies Tea’ Saturday, Sept. 6, at 1 p.m. at the First Congregational United Church of Christ – 1405 State 67 South, Plymouth. Be enthralled with the master story-telling of Jessica Michna, who dons full traditional garb to portray Sari (Ma) Semple, a folksy story-teller from 19th century Appalachia. Sari takes us back to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains of the mid- 19th century. As Sari spins her tales, the listener is transported to those hills. The stories blend together the folklore and the gritty reality of life in the ridges and hollers of Appalachia. Young and old alike will be spellbound by the rich tapestry of words woven by Sari. She may not be the First Lady of the Land, but she certainly is the first lady of Appalachia. Enjoy a cup of tea with special treats and an array of fabulous desserts around a beautiful table set by outstanding hostesses. Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased at the Plymouth Museum or by calling Peg at (920) 892-6228. Seating is limited and usually sells out prior to the event.

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