TEA TIME WITH AMERICAN GIRL CAROLINE
WHEN: Saturday, June 22, at 2 PM
WHERE: Mount Clare Museum House, Carroll Park, 1500 Washington Blvd., Baltimore
ADMISSION: $10.00 non-member, $6.00 Member. Pre-paid reservations are required.
410.837.3262 ext.101 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mount Clare House Museum will host an American Girl Doll tea time with Caroline Abbot. During this hour long program learn about life during the War of 1812. Guests will enjoy hot chocolate and cookies and also make a historic craft inspired by the adventures of Caroline.
Caroline Abbott is a young girl living on the shores of Lake Ontario during the War of 1812. When her father is kidnapped by the British Caroline must help her family run their shipyard. Come and join us as we learn about this daring and self-reliant young lady.
Bring your mom, dad, grandparent or your friend and have fun with your favorite doll.
About Mount Clare Museum
Mount Clare, the 1760 Georgian summer home built by Charles Carroll, Barrister. Established as Maryland’s first house museum in 1917, it is the oldest house in Baltimore City and is located in historic Carroll Park, West Baltimore. Original furnishings of the Barrister, his wife, Margaret Tilghman Carroll, and their heirs have been preserved in the house and provide an accurate interpretation of the grand style of 18th century colonial living. This exceptional collection provides a remarkably personal interpretation of life at Mount Clare – a rare treat for house museum visitors.
The museum is open for guided tours on the hour, Thursday through Sunday beginning at 11 o’clock, last tour at 3 o’clock. Free parking. For more information, or group tour reservations, please call 410.837.3262 or visit www.mountclare.org.