Step back in time to 1816 to celebrate the works and world of Jane Austen.
Jane Austen Day at Manor MIll will take place on June 17 and is open to every one with an interest in Austen and the Regency era, with programming geared toward people High School aged and up.
We have a diverse panelist of speakers ready to talk about all six of Austen’s books (including — Sense and Sensibility “God Help the Mister Who Comes Between Me and My Sister” and “Emma and the Great Conversation, a Teen’s Take”), her life (with — “Austen’s Medical Woes” and “What Jane Ate”), and the Regency world (with “Chemise to Shawl — How to Dress Like a Regency Lady” and “Regency Spoon Carving”). There are also Regency Inspired Crafts and chill room “Open Studio” for self directed activities. Plus Tea, lots of tea.
With 27 presentations to choose from (3 or 4 happening each hour) there’s plenty to do for the Austen enthusiast at every level.