Poplar Hill Mansion hosts Exhibit Ribbon Cutting and Federal Tea June 22

The Friends of Poplar Hill Mansion will present a very special Federal Period Tea to honor the Hustons, the first family living in the Mansion in 1805. Our servers will be dressed in Federal apparel as the family would have worn at the time, and guests are welcome to come as you are or dress in the clothing of the Federal period. The tea will include period food: White Soup, Ham on Sweet Potato Biscuits, Cucumber Sandwiches, Egg Salad with Dill on Mini Corn Muffins, Honey Oat Scones with jam and homemade clotted cream, White Potato Pie (a Maryland staple), Newport Lady Cakes, Queen Cakes, Jumbles, and Earl Grey Tea. Door Prizes and lots of fun! The cost is $22.00 per person. Seating is limited, so be sure to make your reservation as soon as possible. All proceeds go towards the preservation of Salisbury’s Oldest House, Poplar Hill Mansion, a 501(c)-3. Call 410-749-1776 for more information or to RSVP.

Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 5:00

The evening of June 22nd, be sure to join Poplar Hill Mansion and the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening and ribbon cutting of a brand new exhibit at Poplar Hill Mansion, Dr. Huston’s Surgery Room. Dr. Huston was Salisbury’s first surgeon and practiced medicine in the house. We have transformed the rear room of the house into a typical surgical room of 1820 complete with furnishings, fashion, and surgical instruments. Come learn about the history of surgery in the early 1800s, join local officials and businessmen, and enjoy some light refreshments. This is a FREE event and all are welcome! Please call 410-749-1776 for more information.

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