Stop by the Haig-Brown House this summer for the museum’s tea

Scones, smiles, birdies and croquet by the river

This riverside property provides a serene AND timeless backdrop to the tea

Blend the best of traditional and contemporary summer pastimes at Tea and Croquet at the Haig-Brown House this summer, hosted by the Museum at Campbell River.

This riverside property provides a serene AND timeless backdrop to the tea catered by My Appy Place, along with the croquet and badminton, both modern sports based on popular games of the 19th century.

Instruction in these athletic pursuits is available, as is a tour of the grounds and the study where Roderick Haig-Brown penned his celebrated books on fly fishing and conservation. All ages are welcome to attend this relaxing afternoon in the sun.

This activity occurs on Wednesdays, July 2, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, and Aug. 13 and 20th, from 1-4 p.m. Note that pre-registration through the Museum is necessary.

The cost is $8.50 per person, and seniors are $7.50. Children under the age of five are free. The group rate of $7.50 per person is available for groups of five or more.

Call 250-287-3103 or e-mail summer.programs@crmuseum.ca