The generous volunteers at the Heritage House in Riverside CA are hosting afternoon tea on Sunday May 22 from 2-4pm.
Here's how Wikipedia describes the historic home:
The house was built in 1891-92 for Mrs. Catherine Bettner, widow of an early citrus pioneer. It was designed by architect John A. Walls of the Los Angeles firm Morgan and Walls. The two-story, 4,000 square foot home resides on Magnolia Avenue, which was a prominent thoroughfare at the time of the house's construction.
Heritage House is restored to reflect the design and lifestyle of wealthy turn-of-the-century Riverside. In addition to its Queen Anne design, it includes Moorish, Georgian and Chinese elements.
Whimsicalidocious, the Ocademy's genteel arts nonprofit, has purchased 2 tables at the event, seating a total of 12 of our patrons, so seats will be at a premium.
$52.50 includes the tea and PayPal fees. A complimentary tour will be available "between 12:15 and 1:00. The gift shop is open from 12 noon to 3:30pm"
Suggested dress ~ Victorian or tea attire &/or a festive hat
you are welcome to find a replacement to take your spot.