$3 adult, $1 child
Book Club for Children 8 +, reading “Dash” about a girl, her dog and the Japanese American internment, make reservations through King Co. Library System.
Guest speaker is Jim Pike, Genealogy Expert.
Featuring holiday music by the Cascade Foothills Chorale, a delicious seasonal buffet tea, tours of the Mansion decorated for Christmas, costumed docents, and opportunity to take your own holiday photos.
The Neely Mansion Victorian Christmas Tea is sold out!
All sessions have reached capacity.
Thank you to all those who are supporting this fundraiser for the Neely Mansion.
We appreciate you!
The next tea is before Mother’s Day on Saturday, May 12.
Neely Mansion is on the National Historic Register.
Neely Mansion Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit historical society. Proceeds go to the restoration and operations of the facility.
Bring your favorite doll, teddy bear, or superhero!
August 19, $15 per person.
12:30 pm (Sold Out) and 2:00 pm seatings.
Reservations and prepayment required; please call 253-850-2777.
Victorian Spring Tea with delicious foods and beverage, music, and tours of the mansion and Japanese Bath House.
$15 per guest, reservations required, call 253-736-5608.
Bookmarks and Landmarks, featuring the book “When the Emperor Was Divine” and a discussion of the Japanese American internment by Japanese American Citizens League, and tours of Japanese Bath House and Neely Mansion. Free, but Reservations must be made with the King County Library System.
Call for location.
Our annual membership meeting will be held at the Mansion on January 21, 2017 starting at 2 pm. The program is the story about the Hori Bath House Restoration project presented by Linda Van Nest. A brief business meeting and elections will be held. Wine and light refreshments will be served; and of course, hot tea!