Tea time

. January 21, 2014.
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Enjoy the warmth of delicious wintertime teas and melt-in-your-mouth sweets during one of two Victorian Valentine's Day tea seatings. While you are warming your heart and palate with a variety of lovely foods, a fantastic selection of charming turn-of-the-century Valentines will be played on the Kempf family's 1877 Steinway grand piano.

Saturday, February 8, 1:30 & 4pm; Sunday, February 9, 4pm. Reservations required. $20, members/ $25, non-members. Kempf House Museum, 312 S. Division St. 734-994-4898. kempfhousemuseum.org

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