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Wood County Museum Talks “Underwear Etiquette”
The Wood County Museum is excited for their very own, Alex Hutchings, Assistant Events Coordinator, to be the speaker for the upcoming Tea & Talk Series on May 18th, 2:00PM, at the Wood County Museum, 13660 County Home Road, Bowling Green, Ohio.
The May tea is titled “Underwear Etiquette” and is a discussion about how literature was rampant with guidelines on how to conduct one’s self; underwear was a central subject of this genre. A glimpse of an ankle, naked shoulders, an untied cravat – learn about the social protocols of hidden clothing.
Once again, the Museum is partnering with The Summer Kitchen. The featured tea selection is called “Cucumber Lemon Refresher” a Refreshing herbal tea with cucumber and bright lemon flavor with subtle apple notes and hints of spicy ginger.
Reservations and payment need completed by Sunday, May 14th. There are two methods for payment. Either call 419-352-0967 and museum staff can assist or visit woodcountyhistory.org to pay online. Admission includes tea and light refreshments by local caterer Carpe Diem out of Pemberville, Ohio, and program. Member pricing is $25, while non-member and special diet meals (gluten free or vegan) are $30. All ticket sales are final. Tickets are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
This program is part of the 2023 Tea & Talk series hosted by the Wood County Museum. A complete list of teas and other programs can be found at woodcountyhistory.org