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New Event: Historical Costumer Picnic at Van Cortlandt House Museum

It’s been a while, but I have a lot of things on deck! First up, I can finally share an event that I’ve organized for local costumers (read: thinly veiled reason to dress up and make friends).

Save the Date - Van Cortlandt House Picnic

I want to stress that I’m not an expert, and all skill levels are welcome. You don’t need come in a hand-sewn Robe a la Francaise, and since it’s a summer picnic you would probably be more comfortable in a jacket and petticoat or round gown anyway (although if you do, I will ooo and ahhh accordingly!).

You can register and find other info on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/historical-costumer-meetup-picnic-tickets-45444621085

**Please note: event is listed as free so I don’t have to pay fees. The Van Cortlandt tour is $5 at the door.

P.S. New Yorkers- you can see this Gainsborough painting “The Mall in St. James’ Park” at the Frick. Several of his other well-known portraits are also on display, as well as the Boucher room and other beauties.

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