By now, almost all of us have most likely seen the infamous “meme” on social media with Kermit the Frog sipping tea as he makes a judgmental observation yet remarks “but that’s none of my business.”

On Sunday May 5th you can recreate this iconic image while celebrating a time long before memes, computers, cell phones, or most modern technology even existed, while raising money to help Trenton students participate in a historic summer camp experience.

On Sunday, May 5 at 11 a.m. & 2 p.m. the Old Barracks Museum will host its “May Tea” fundraiser. This semi-formal tea service will include a variety of teas, finger sandwiches, and pastries. An entertaining discussion of the history of the Officers’ House and the women who called it home ​will enliven the afternoon! There will be a silent auction to give you the opportunity to bring home a prize and further your support of the Old Barracks Museum!

Tickets include all refreshments and a tea cup to take home with you!
​Brunch attire is suggested.

All proceeds benefit the operating expenses of the Colonial Summer Camp which is offered via scholarship to Trenton students in conjunction with the Nicky Fifth Foundation.

This fundraiser recalls the Pink Tea, a fundraiser of the Old Barracks Association in 1901.

For more information or to purchase tickets visit
http://www.barracks.org/may-tea.html.