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Tavern Party in the Gardens 2014

when: Sep. 18, 2014

The Joel Lane Museum House, “The Birthplace of Raleigh,” will sponsor its sixth Tavern Party in the Gardens on Thursday, September 18, 2014 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm with a rain date of Friday, September 19. It will take place at 160 South Saint Mary’s Street, Raleigh, NC. Admission is $37 per person; $32 for members of the Joel Lane Historical Society. Must be 21 years of age to attend. Advanced purchase strongly suggested. Tickets are non-refundable unless we must cancel the event. To purchase tickets, visit the Eventbrite web site by clicking here.

Colonel Lane was a founding father of North Carolina’s capital city and an officer in the Wake County militia during the American Revolutionary War. Guests will toast his contributions to the founding of the capital city, Raleigh, at the current location of his home that was built in 1769.

The event will include a beer tasting of delicious brews from Boylan Bridge Brew Pub. Wine will be available for those who don’t drink beer. Light hors d’oeuvres will be provided compliments of Cooper’s Barbecue, Irregardless Café, and Mitch’s Tavern. Live music on Thursday will be provided by the Southern String Band.

For more information, call (919) 833-3431, or e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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What visitors say

Thank you so much for leading us on a guided tour of the Joel Lane House! I had no idea that the kitchen was separate from the main house, and how different the two are. I had always assumed that the most dangerous job for a slave was in the fields, but your expertise showed me that the kitchen (because of the heat and potential for fire) was actually the most dangerous for a slave woman…

Maggie