Enjoy tea, and talk with Louise Denver – matriarch of Rombach Place – while learning about the famous family who called our museum home!

Join the Society for another lively afternoon tea at historic Rombach Place. Bite-sized foods and a variety of teas will be served over the course of a two hour period. Sample a delightful selection of savory sandwiches, scrumptious scones, splendid sweets, and more! We encourage you to wear your best vintage attire and dress to impress. A living interpreter will be portraying Mrs. Louise Rombach-Denver for a 15 minute program during the tea. If the day is sunny and bright (weather dependent), the event will be hosted on the front lawn of the History Center. We encourage you to dawn your best 20th Century (1900s) or Victorian attire for the event!

*Please notify us ahead of time if you have dietary restrictions – we will accommodate your needs to the best of our ability, but note cross contamination of allergens is a risk.

Date: Sunday, June 5

Time: 2:00-4:00pm (the interactive program with Louise and General James Denver will last approximately 15 minutes)

The program is a fundraiser for the Historical Society to afford necessary improvements to our historic house museum and other project needs of the organization. 

You can purchase tickets HERE: