Autumn is the time to move indoors while savoring all the colors and flavors that the outdoors can offer. You’ll find the best combination of coziness and the glorious bounty of autumn during the Fall Harvest Tea at the historic Red Cross Building (near Officer’s Row and Fort Vancouver) on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Built in 1918-1919, the Red Cross Building was a welcoming place for wounded and sick soldiers to convalesce. Later, it was used as a service club. The beautifully restored community space has wood floors, a fireplace, and a warm, inviting sunroom. Learn a little more about the building and the people who have passed through its doors over the years as you enjoy live music, historical reenactments in full period costume, a selection of Harney & Sons Fine Teas, and seasonal sweets and savories.
Tickets are $36 per person, and two seatings are available: 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Space is limited so an RSVP is necessary; reserve your place at the table by calling The Historic Trust at 360-992-1808 or clicking here to purchase your tickets online.