Tasha Tudor Society Chapters
The chapters are a way to enjoy, study and celebrate Tasha Tudor’s world with like-minded folks in your area. Our active chapters are listed below.
Pennsylvania Chapter – The Pennsylvania Chapter meets several times between May Day and Tasha’s August 28th birthday, and other times as occasions arise. Activities range from tours of historic sites to member-hosted luncheons and teas. We enjoy sharing interests in common with Tasha such as gardens, dolls, fiber arts, and activities of early American life. Contact Peggy Yoder in Huntingdon, PA at 814-599-9910 or Julia Marsh in Dillsburg, PA at 717-432-2190 or email@example.com
New Jersey Chapter – The New Jersey Chapter meets once a month, weather permitting, at a member’s home, historic site, garden center, or museum in central New Jersey. Our meeting themes always follow Tasha’s interests such as dolls, gardening, hands-on workshops in painting, quilting, felting, and of course, brewing a pot of Tasha’s breakfast tea. Once a year we drive two hours to attend a PA Chapter meeting to absorb more good Tasha vibes. This year we will plan our activities with the hope of attracting younger participants. Contact Diane Flanagan in Bordertown, NJ at firstname.lastname@example.org
Western New York Chapter – The New York State Chapter of The Tasha Tudor Society was established in 2013 in Macedon, New York. We have over one hundred members listed and seem to average around fifty five for every Celebration. Meeting once a year at the Macedon Public Library, we are blessed to have such a lovely place for our Celebrations. We generally focus upon one area of Tasha’s work for each celebration such as Christmas and other experiences like our Stillwater indoor picnic in 2015. Sharing in Tasha’s birthday cake, we also enjoy a wonderful meal together. There are many participants who share their wonderful talents with us. My husband and I co-chair the Society. We gather in peace, and that is our joy! Contact Carol Elaine in Macedon, NY at email@example.com or 315-986-2302.
Virginia Chapter – The Virginia Chapter of the Tasha Tudor Society meets once or twice per year. Our very first event in 2015 was a tea party to celebrate Tasha’s birthday, complete with floating birthday cake! Our events follow Tasha’s interests and may include topics such as gardening, book-sharing and crafts. Contact Lona McKinley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-238-2517.
Pacific Northwest Chapter – The Pacific Northwest Tasha Tudor Chapter is planning to meet three to four times a year in different locations as suits the activities. We will incorporate teas, crafts, garden tours, historical events and doll events. Contact Diane Bennett in Nacelle, WA at email@example.com or (360) 484-3929, or Linda Colantino in Troutdale, OR at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 577-8368.
Wisconsin Chapter – The Wisconsin Chapter meets three to five times per year at events, tours, workshops and offerings around the greater Milwaukee area. We gather together to preserve and cherish Tasha’s way of life and to celebrate the ways she has touched our own lives. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Kellie at email@example.com or 262 251-4524. Take Joy!!
Eastern Massachusetts Chapter – The Eastern Massachusetts Chapter is based in Wareham, MA and plans to meet 3-4 times each year. Activities range from historic house tours and garden tours to potlucks and teas. Tasha-inspired crafts and recipes from the Tudor cookbooks are often elements of these gatherings. Contact Carolyn McMorrow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-273-0069.
Yamanashi, Japan Chapter – Longtime Tudor family colleagues, Masako Meshino and Hayao Izuhara opened a small museum dedicated to Tasha in Yamanashi, Japan. Visitors are fascinated by the story of the settle chair being a replica of Tasha’s favorite and having been made by Tasha’s son Seth especially for this museum. Mrs. Meshino, translator, and Mr. Izuhara, book designer, worked together over the past decade to produce Tasha Tudor books published by the Media Factory in Japan Read More
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