New Jersey Families Enjoy Tasha Tudor’s Holiday Traditions

The Tasha Tudor Society’s mission is to connect people through the world created by Tasha, and our chapters do an incredible job of bringing Tasha’s world to life for people young and old.

Last week, New Jersey families flocked to the Hamilton Township Library for Story Hour where Deborah Walker, Outreach Coordinator for the Society’s New Jersey Chapter presented a program called “The Animals’ Christmas” for local preschoolers. Children and adults alike enjoyed hearing about the charming and unusual ways that Tasha included her animals in her holiday preparations and festivities. After the presentation, the children decorated paper trees with animal sticker ornaments.

This was just one of many Society chapter events held around the country this holiday season. Because of the work of our chapters, every day more and more people are introduced to the special magic of Tasha’s world and welcomed into her circle of kindred souls.

If you’d like to learn more about Society chapter events and activities or to find some near you, visit our website’s Events page. And if you think you might like to start a chapter in your area, click here to download application materials.