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Victorian Tea Camp
with Penny Cox
Ladies Penny and Brianna cordially invite all young ladies to join us for a week of learning about the Victorian Era. Regency Ball dancing, parlor games, cross-stitching, art and tea lessons are just the beginning. We will study American women of the Victorian Age: young ladies will learn about Louisa May Alcott as they hear her stories and we will study the American impressionist, Mary Cassatt, as they study her art! The girls also get to run an escape room as they learn about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad! We will study the inventions of the Victorian Age such as the telephone, the iron, and the telegraph. We will learn how to brew tea, take care of fine china, and about proper table manners. Finally, the girls get to have a full High Tea on our last day!! Families are invited to join us on the last day at 4:00 for High Tea for $10 per person as we demonstrate our Regency Dances, the Virginia Reel and Pineapple Dance!
We are now Booking groups for nine separate sessions.
Ages 6-12 years
Each girl is dressed in her own Victorian skirt, petticoat and blouse.
Groups of 6 girls per one of our adult Gibson Girls. Camp limit is 12 girls per session. Minimum of 6 required to hold the camp.
If you’re able to pre-plan your own group of 6 girls to come, each girl will receive $25 off her camp tuition, and the parents will also receive two free escape room tickets for Escape In Time! We also offer sibling discounts! Discounts can not be combined.
Sibling discount available. Use promo code "Tea42" for 2 students. For additional siblings email email@example.com for promo code.
Lady Penny Cox (505) 321-8927
Proprietress, Escape In Time
“My daughter had a great time at the Victorian Tea Camp! She looked forward to going every day because of all the hands-on activities. She was happy that it wasn’t just sitting and listening. The daily tea parties were great fun!” ~ Mrs. Sandy C.
Post Script: NM Academic State Standards addressed in this course Social Studies, Benchmark I-B, Grade 2; Benchmark I-C, Grade 4; and Benchmark II-E, Grades 2 & 3. Each six=week session is the equivalent of two elementary school Social Studies/History semester credits.