Case-Barlow Farm to host holiday teas for adults, children

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Case-Barlow Farm will host teas for adults and children to celebrate the holiday season.
Case-Barlow Farm will host teas for adults and children to celebrate the holiday season.

Usher in the holidays with two tea events at the historic Case-Barlow Farm House, located at 1931 Barlow Road in Hudson.

A Christmas Tea for adults will be held Friday, Dec. 3, and Saturday Dec. 4, from 2 to 6 p.m. Attendees will enjoy tea sandwiches, assorted teas, pumpkin or asparagus soups and special tea desserts. A violinist will provide music throughout the event, and a florist will provide instruction so all attendees can create a holiday floral arrangement. Tickets are limited and are $50 per person. To register, visit www.casebarlow.com. This unique event will allow participants to enjoy a tea in the historic farmhouse, when it's all dressed up in holiday decor.

The Gingerbread Tea is an event designed for children and adults. Each child must be accompanied by a parent or adult. Attendees will enjoy a hot chocolate "tea," delicious gingerbread treats, as well as a chance to make a special holiday ornament. Christmas Carols will fill the air as each parent/child couple makes special holiday memories. Each child is asked to bring a doll or toy to share in their special day. The Gingerbread Tea is set for Sunday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Case-Barlow Farm house. Tickets are limited, and are $45 per adult, and $15 per child. Registration is required at www.casebarlow.com.

"The teas will offer attendees the chance to enjoy a festive holiday event, in the beauty of Case-Barlow's historic farmhouse. Socialize with old friends, or make new ones, while sipping a hot cup of tea, and creating a special holiday remembrance," said Donna Rokotci, Case-Barlow Farm board member and event organizer.

Note there are limited tickets to each event. To register for the teas, or find out more about Case-Barlow Farm, visit www.casebarlow.com.

Case-Barlow Farm, Inc. is an independent nonprofit corporation formed to restore the Case-Barlow homestead and to foster for future generations an appreciation for the spirit and heritage of its builders. CBF is listed on the Ohio Historical Inventory, has received recognition by the Hudson Historical Society and is a designated Underground Railroad by the Friends of Freedom Society.

This article originally appeared on Akron Beacon Journal: Case-Barlow Farm to host holiday teas for adults, children in December

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