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Be part of the Boston Tea Party

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Shawn P. Ford, Vice President & Executive Director - Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

History will come alive in Boston next month as re-enactors will stage the Boston Tea Party 241 years after the fact.

On December 16, 1773, the colonists protested the taxes on tea and threw over 90,000 pounds of tea into Boston Harbor.

Next month, people from all over, including Connecticut, will stage the event again. Connecticut-based reenactors from West Hartford, Simsbury and Falls Village, CT will be participating.

You can help by sending your outdated and stale tea to:

Elmwood Inn Fine Teas

135 N 2nd Street

Danville, Kentucky 40422.


One donation per customer or business.

Offer ends November 15, 2014. 


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