Enjoy a Dickens of a Christmas at Libbey House

. November 11, 2020.
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Get a taste of a vintage, Victorian holiday— not to mention a taste of a lovely beverage— with the Dickens Christmas Tea events being held at Libbey House this December.

Presented by the Libbey House Foundation and the Women of the Old West End, the events will see visitors treated to a selection of holiday teas, desserts and more, while also being visited by Dickens characters in authentic period clothing, modeled by historical wear experts Kathy and Joe Dowd.

Social distancing and masks are required, and a private tea room is available on the second floor for smaller parties.

$30 per person. 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Sunday, December 6 and Sunday, December 13. 2008 Scottwood Ave., 419-252-0722. libbeyhouse.org

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