Upcoming Events

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We will sit down to our formal tea at 1:30, with Allison’s talk to commence at 2:45.  Some of us are choosing to dress in Regency period clothing for this event, feel free to join us in this endeavor! 

The Omni’s formal tea is $39.50 per person and is replete with your choice of tea, assorted finger sandwiches, sumptuous pastries, scones and sliced seasonal fruit and berries.  Tax and service charges are included.  Vegetarian only sandwiches by prior request.

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To reserve your spot, please send a check for $39.50 made payable to “JASNA Pittsburgh” by Monday,  January 29, 2018 to Sandy Inman at 1114 Castletown Ct., Sewickley 15143

If you prefer, you may pay online until February 1, 2018 for $41.00 (includes processing fee.) https://dancerfly.com/jasna-pittsburgh/jasna-pgh-presents-high-tea-talk-bath/order/shop/

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**Self-parking is available in the Mellon Square parking garage located across from the hotel for a $6.00 Saturday flat rate. The Omni William Penn also offers day valet parking for non-hotel guests for: $15 (0-2 hours); $20 (2-4 hours); or $25 (4-6 hours). Refer to “https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/pittsburgh-william-penn/property-details/directions” for more information.

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Save the Dates

Saturday, March  3, 2018

10:00 am-1 pm

Panera Bread, Oakland

3401 Blvd of the Allies

To begin our celebration of 200 years of Northanger Abbey, we will be reading passages and discussing the influence of Ann Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolfo and The Romance of the Forest.

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Saturday, May 12, 2018

1:00 pm – 4 pm

Panera Bread, Oakland

3401 Blvd. of the Allies

We will take a look at fabrics and needlework mentioned in Northanger Abbey and other Austen works and letters.  Christina Papp, JASNA member and historical clothing and fabrics buff, will be showing samples and sharing her insights as we read relevant excerpts.    There will be an optional whitework embroidery project for those wishing to participate.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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