April 26,

“A Walk In the Park” – Regency picnic
Hendricks Park Rhododendron Garden, Eugene, Oregon
May 9,
Un peu de thé et des Beaux Arts.
A Gourmet Tea at the Luxurious Heathman Hotel followed by an exploration of a special fine arts exhibit at the Portland Museum. Portland, Oregon.

May 24,
“Tea and History”

The River Walk Inn , Eugene, Oregon

June 20,
The First Annual Sherwood Regency Ball

The Lavender Tea House, Sherwood Oregon
Sponsored by the Lavender Tea House.

Picnic at Pittock Mansion
Date and details TBA
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“A Walk In the Park” Regency Picnic

Picnic among the Rhododendrons in
Hendricks Park on Sunday, April 26th, at 11:00.

Admission is Free.

This park is only in bloom for a short time in late April and early May,  with Rhodies over three stories tall with fragrant blossoms of incredible size,  as well as several rare varieties.  It really is breathtaking to see! The event will be ‘weather permitting’ and will be “bring your own” picnic lunch.  Some diversions will be provided, but guests are encouraged to bring games to share if they have them.

Possible Carriage Rides.

Hendrick’s Park Rhododendron Garden
2200 Summit Ave.
Eugene, OR  97405


You are cordially invited to:

Tea at the Heathman Hotel’s Tea Court:
$32 per person; payable to the restaurant.
Tea begins at 12 Noon promptly.
Please phone your reservation with the ORS group to the
Heathman Restaurant before May 2,
Reservations: 800-551-0011
(Ask to be directed to the Heathman Restaurant)

Spaces are limited. Please notify the ORS as well if you plan to attend the tea.
The hotel is within easy walking distance of the Portland Museum.

Exhibit: La volupté du goût: French Painting in the Age of Madame de Pompadour

Then join us at the Portland Art Museum for an afternoon of Madame de Pompadour and the art she commissioned. We encourage you to come in your 18th or 19th century day wear for an afternoon of visual splendor. Please pre-purchase your tickets by April 20th so we can reserve for our group.

Costumes are recommended, but not required.

Saturday, May 9th,  at 2:00 pm
RSVP by Monday April 20th
Cost:  $11.00 per person (purchase your tickets online below)
Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97205

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We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact us for details.

May 24, 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. – “Tea and History”

Enjoy house blended teas, sumptuous sweets and the beautiful surroundings of the River Walk Inn as you learn about the history of tea-making and teapots.  Presented by Donna Cribbs, proprietor of the Inn, this entertaining talk features examinations of several rare pieces of pottery from her own extensive collection, as well as sampling of exotic and unusual teas from around the world.  In addition, attendees may explore the house and gardens at their leisure, or take a guided tour by request.

Cost is $15.00 per person

The River Walk Inn
250 N. Adams St.
Eugene, OR  97405

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The Oregon Regency Society is ringing in the summer with a Regency ball, featuring arts and entertainments, carriage rides (barring inclement weather), English country dance and a lovely selection of foods and refreshments provided by our sponsor, the Lavender Tea House.
Join us in your finest Regency dress (or modern formalwear will also do).
Adult tickets: $18.00
Children 13 and under: $9.00
Beer, champagne and wine will also be available for purchase.
A Raffle for costume and special items will also be held to raise funds for the ORS.
Tickets are available for PRE-PURCHASE ONLY. Please purchase your tickets by June 13, . Availability is limited.
Adult ticket     Child Ticket

ORS events include:

Readings – We begin with the classics, Jane Austen, and get together to read from the novels—we enjoy tea, literature and polite company.

An afternoon in the drawing room – Crafty are you?  Well, why not just sit around in period dresses, embroidering, drinking tea and gossiping?  Ladies only, of course.

Teas—what better than to have a tea party?  Invite your most handsome gentleman to share tea and share other fine society.  Perhaps there will be dancing, perhaps simply cards.  All in all, it’s good company with cakes and tea.

Parties—small evening gatherings which include dinner, cards, singing and piano (should anyone wish to display of course) and possible dancing.

Picnics—nothing appeals more than donning your spencer and your bonnet, and joining other friends to enjoy a picnic and a brisk walk.

Workshops—The art of letter writing; dance lessons, regency crafts.

Balls—A grand ball, where open invitation occurs to encourage society membership.  Dining, dancing, good society and fun

Period Movie Nights—Get your comfiest clothes, curl up on a friend’s sofa with a group of Regency fanatics, and enjoy your favourite period movies together.

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