Barrington-based DAR chapter to host Virtual Afternoon Tea
Members of the Barrington-based Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR, are pleased to announce "A Virtual Afternoon Tea and Drama" taking place via Zoom at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24.
For this event, preregistered attendees are invited to dress up in their finest attire, don a fancy hat, brew a cup of tea and enjoy a unique online experience.
This year's program will feature author and storyteller Lynn Rymarz in a dramatic presentation titled "Meet Mary Cassatt: An American Artist."
Rymarz will share details of the life of Mary Cassatt, a child growing up in Pennsylvania with dreams of becoming a professional artist. Mary Cassatt resists the conventions of her day and moves to Paris, where her artistic talent is influenced by the Impressionists.
Following the drama, the chapter will hold a live Tea Basket Drawing.
"All funds raised will enable the chapter to continue its support of education, historic preservation, patriotism, and conservation," said Joyce Wright, Signal Hill Chapter regent.
For more information on how to register for this event, visit signalhilldar.com.
The Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR, was founded in Barrington in 1972. NSDAR (National Society Daughters of the American Revolution) is a volunteer women's service organization headquartered in Washington, D.C.
Since its founding in 1890, more than one million women have joined as members. NSDAR opens its membership to any woman 18 and older who can prove lineal descent from a Patriot of the American Revolution.
For information about membership, visit signalhilldar.com.