3rd ANNUAL HISTORY IN MOTION
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Springfield Township Historical Society
Proudly presents its
HISTORY IN MOTION
1920s MURDER MYSTERY
Featuring: Without a Cue theatre Productions
Friday, November 13, 2015 from 6:30 to 10:30 pm
at the Flourtown Country Club
150 McCloskey Road, Flourtown, PA 19031
Please join us as Springfield Township Historical Society celebrates its 30th anniversary at its third annual History in Motion!
Guests are encouraged to dress in their best 1920's ensembles for the festive evening, which will be in a Roaring 20's atmosphere with a full hour of complimentary wine from Chaddsford Winery and a seasonal beer tasting by Flourtown Beverage. Tickets include a sit-down dinner theater featuring 1920s murder mystery troop, Without A Cue Productions. Without a Cue Productions produces murder mystery dinner theaters in the region, including at Peddler's Village in Lahaska and at Fisher's Tudor House in Bensalem.
The evening will also feature an auction of 40 items, ranging from jewelry and art work to bronze pieces and small rugs by America's Best Auction. ABA is a licensed auctioneer of select art, home decoratives, antique furnishings, jewelry, and international estates based in Orange, Connecticut. For History in Motion, STHS will be given any of the profit over the minimum bid. ABA will move the auction to the Highlands,7001 Sheaff Lane, Fort Washington for an auction on Saturday and Sunday, November 14 and 15. STHS will receive three percent on items that sell at The Highlands auction.
The historical society has received generous sponsorships for the third annual History in Motion from Kreilick Conservation, LLC, Dan Helwig, Inc.-REALTORS ®, Chaddsford Winery, and Flourtown Beverage. The Historical Society welcomes additional sponsors.
Tickets are available as an Early Bird Special for $60 per person until August 31st. Tickets will then be $75 leading up to the event, and include a one-hour Wine & Seasonal Beer Bar with appetizer accompaniment. After that hour, it becomes a cash bar. Dinner will be a chicken entrée followed by dessert, coffee and tea. Please notify the STHS if you require a vegetarian meal.
Founded in 1985, the historical society researches, collects and preserves materials pertaining to the township's history. This history includes historically significant buildings, individuals, businesses, institutions and other entities of value.
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