Enjoy social time in a historic setting...
Teas
The BSHS has set the below dates for Teas that members and nonmembers can join at the historic Casner Home. Custom teas for private groups may be arranged.

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TEAS SCHEDULE 2018 - 2019

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The Bonita Springs Historical Society is hosts Tea Social at its historic Casner House on South Riverside Drive. Those that have attended one of our Teas in the past and may recall the delicious assortment of finger sandwiches and lovely desserts – all homemade – and Tea, of course, all served in the cozy 1930s setting.

   After dessert, guests enjoy a short program and a Docent lead tour of the period home. Many items in the home you may remember from your mothers’ or grandmothers’ homes. We hope you’ll join us this year (and bring a friend or two). Reservations and information can be had by calling the Society’s number at 239-992-6997.
We ask for a donation of $20 or $25* depending on dates. Private parties on other dates can also be accommodated. We’d love to see you!

 
November 16, Friday
December 7, Friday
January 11, Friday
February 14, (Valentine Tea)
March 15, Friday (Celtic Tea)
April 12, Friday
 

• The cost of regular Teas are $20. 
• The cost of Special Teas are $25.
• There will be a short program at each Tea.
• Custom dates may be arranged for private Teas.

 
Please call 239-992-6997 for additional information and reservations.   

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CUSTOM AND GROUP TOURS

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We’ll bring history to your group, friends, or business associates with creative custom events:

> Tour the Liles Hotel History Center and other historic sites with optional catered picnic or snacks
> Tea Socials at the Society’s Casner Home, a 1930s period house
> History walks

> Downtown bicycle tours
> Imperial River paddle history tour
> Trolley tours
> Private social and business meetings
> History presentations at your location or ours

Call us at 239-992-6997 or email info@BonitaSpringsHistoricalSociety.org and we’ll make it happen!

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CASNER HOME

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Purchased by the Society in 1996, the Casner-Holzmeyer House has served as the headquarters of Society, event venue, office space, work area, and storage for archives. It has been transformed into a Period House to create a living history museum, to illustrate what life was like here in Bonita Springs in the early 1900s.


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