Madison-Plains Key Club announces “Victorian Tea” event

Benjamin Thompson


This week, the Madison-Plains High School Key Club announced their next hosted event for the school to enjoy. The event is scheduled for Feb. 8 and is known as the Victorian Tea event. The event itself will feature many Victorain era assets, such as period clothing, .


The Key Club has held this event for nine years now, according to Ms. Fletcher, head of the organization. According to her, the idea behind it all is to help raise money and build a friendship with the Mt. Sterling public library.


Victorian Tea, as it’s called, will be taking place at the First United Methodist Church in Mt. Sterling, Ohio. This is likely because of the Key Club’s relationship with the town’s local library that’s been going on for about four of those past nine years.


The event was founded by Ms. Casey O’Neil, who will be providing the Victorian attire for all attendees as well as the tea itself.
Royal-blue Victorian era dress.


This year, things are going to be a little different. The hosts of Victorian Tea are reportedly modeling different Victorian era wedding dresses from different decades. The dresses will likely be worn by either the hosts or the attendees.

Aside from these changes, Ms. O’Neill will also be hosting numerous other activities. There will be a raffle going on at the event if anyone’s interested in an antique Madame Alexander bride doll. There will also be lots of sweets for sale, door prizes available for all who come and much more. So what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for a way to spend that weekend, this might just be the thing for you.