A little tea with Laura Ingalls Wilder


The Plymouth Historical Society held their annual Historic Tea Saturday at First Congregational UCC in Plymouth. The feature was a historical re-enactment of beloved children’s book author Laura Ingalls Wilder, who shared her memories of growing up on the prairie in Wisconsin and Minnesota while celebrating the publication of the first of her series of Little House books, “Little House in the Woods.” Attendees enjoyed tea, delicacies and desserts before the presentation. For more pictures of the historical tea, see the photo album on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/wisconsinnewspress or search for ‘Plymouth Review’ on Facebook.The Plymouth Historical Society held their annual Historic Tea Saturday at First Congregational UCC in Plymouth. The feature was a historical re-enactment of beloved children’s book author Laura Ingalls Wilder, who shared her memories of growing up on the prairie in Wisconsin and Minnesota while celebrating the publication of the first of her series of Little House books, “Little House in the Woods.” Attendees enjoyed tea, delicacies and desserts before the presentation. For more pictures of the historical tea, see the photo album on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/wisconsinnewspress or search for ‘Plymouth Review’ on Facebook.


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