A Taste of Tea and Thee at Audubon State Historic Site will explore tea traditions.
During the 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. event Saturday, April 23, guests will taste several different teas or tea substitutes in the theater, accompanied by talks on tea etiquette as a social custom of early America.
The event is included with regular admission.
Audubon State Historic Site is the setting for the 200-year-old Oakley House, temporary home and inspiration to John James Audubon in the 1800s. The park includes a museum, picnic areas, historic buildings, pavilion and nature trail.
Admission for the Oakley House Tour and Grounds is $8 for adults (age 18-61); $6 for senior citizens (age 62 and older), $4 for students (age 6-17), and free for children, (age 5 and younger).
Grounds-only admission is $4 per person (ages 6 and older) and free for children (age 5 and younger).
The site is 30 minutes north of Baton Rouge near St. Francisville on La. 965 in West Feliciana Parish. For more info, visit Audubonstatehistoricsite@wordpress.com or call (888) 677-2838 or (225) 635- 3739.