Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Evergreen With Celtic Tales & Tea
Tickets are sold out for this event; thanks for your support!
The Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society is pleased to host Cindy Campbell-Stone and Liz Newkirk at Evergreen House for a fun afternoon of Celtic Tales on Friday, March 17.
Both Campbell-Stone and Newkirk are experienced storytellers and eager to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and the ‘wearing of the green’ with patrons of the Dartmouth Heritage Museum. All proceeds from the event will be for the interpretation of the Helen Creighton Room at Evergreen House.
Helen Creighton collected many Celtic stories and songs around the Maritimes, as well as from many other cultures. Celtic tales and songs are an exciting mix of adventure, heroism, romance, and magic often including Kings, Queens, knights, warriors, rebels, Gods, Goddesses, Druids and the wee folk.
The event runs from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Admission is by donation (minimum of $10).
Tea, coffee, and scones will be served.
About the Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society
The Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Dartmouth Heritage Museum in 2017. The Museum has two historic locations: Evergreen House (1867), open year round, on Newcastle Street is the former home of Canadian folk legend Helen Creighton and Quaker House (1785), a seasonal operation, on Ochterloney Street is the oldest building in Dartmouth. The Museum hosts community events and historic exhibitions with a mandate to protect, preserve, and promote the rich heritage of Dartmouth. To learn more please visit www.DartmouthMuseum.ca or call 902-464-2300.