Tea and Bake Sale set at Dungeness Schoolhouse this weekend
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SEQUIM — The annual Christmas tea at Dungeness Schoolhouse, 2781 Towne Road, is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 7-8).
This event is presented by the Dungeness Schoolhouse Volunteer Committee and is free to attendees, with donations appreciated.
The Christmas Tea & Bake Sale is a fundraiser for the Dungeness Schoolhouse.
Donations and bake sale proceeds help in the ongoing maintenance and preservation of the 1892-built historical landmark, which has been owned and operated by the Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley since 1995.
Cookies, hot tea and coffee will be served in the specially decorated schoolhouse auditorium both days.
Featured activities downstairs include a book signing with nearly a dozen local authors Saturday and complimentary photos with Santa on Dec. 8.
Authors scheduled to appear for the Saturday book signing include Alice Alexander, Karolyn Hamerquist Burdick, Ross Hamilton, Doug McInnes, Glynda Schaad, Teresa Schoefell-Lingvall, Judy Stipe, Dave Woodcock and Irene Wyman.
The recently released Sequim centennial cookbook Blackberries, Dandelions & Dungeness Crab also will be available for purchase.
People and pets alike are welcome to have their photos taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus, as portrayed by Larry and Linda Klinefelter, by MAC photographer-in-residence Angelina Reese on Dec. 8.
The schoolhouse's historical classroom exhibit also will be open for public viewing both days.
Visit www.macsequim.org or phone 360-683-8110 for more information.
Last modified: December 01. 2013 10:20PM