Reserve for Tea and Tour at Tuckerton Seaport


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Pat Johnson
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March 03, 2021
By Pat Johnson

TEA AND NIBBLES: Lady Magpie’s Steam-run Tea Place in the Captain’s Household on the Tuckerton Seaport grounds will host a lecture on the women’s suffrage and abolition movements.
Study about the women’s suffrage and abolition actions throughout a one-hour tour at the Tuckerton Seaport, available on two Saturdays in March, March 20 and 27 at a choice of 11 a.m., 1 or 2 p.m.
Meet a tour manual at the Seaport’s Tuckers Island lighthouse and just take a temporary walk to Woman Magpie’s Steam-run Tea Room, found in the Captain’s House, for an enlightening background chat by Phyllis Buford. The tour incorporates cookies and tea-to-go.
The cost is $5 for Seaport members and $10 for nonmembers. Simply call 609-296-8868 or go to tuckertonseaport.org and reserve below Occasions. Masks are demanded, and social distancing is observed – there can be only 10 members in just about every tour.
The Seaport, at 120 West Major St. in Tuckerton, is a re-made maritime village on 40 acres together Tuckerton Creek.  —P.J. 

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