Location: Creston Museum, 219 Devon Street, Creston, BC
Join us as we take a journey back to 1912 and the start of the Suffragette movement in the Creston Valley. Hear Dorothy Davis, a leader of the provincial suffragette movement, as she speaks in favour of women getting the right to vote. Join in with your own opinion - for or against! Sign a petition, wear a ribbon or badge, carry a sign, enter the debate! Costume pieces and character packages will be available to help you get in the spirit of things, and, of course, period costumes are welcome!
It all takes place during the Creston Museum's annual Old-Fashioned Tea - our signature summer event. Tea or lemonade, dainty sandwiches, and sweets, will be served on the Museum's shaded patio. Three seatings, at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00, and reservations are highly recommended. $8 per person.
Make a Reservation for the Old-Fashioned Tea
Seats available as of 9:00 AM on Saturday, 11 August:
1:00 PM Seating: One table for four people, and three single seats.
2:00 PM Seating: One table for four people, and two seats at another table.
3:00 PM Seating: One table for four people.