Tea party, doll making at Harmony Hall on
Judy Elkins is passionate
about the history of Bladen County and southeastern
North Carolina. She travels the region doing
Colonial teas and teaching doll making. Sunday, at
Harmony Hall Plantation Village, the retired public
school teacher will be dressed in her puckered
fabric hat and long dress from the period as she
serves tea and teaches doll making.
Reservations are needed for the tea party and can be
made by callig Seth Lewis at (910) 770-3132. Cost
for the tea party is $2.50.
The doll making
demonstration, which is free, will have Elkins
showing how to make Colonial rag dolls as well as
corn shuck dolls. She gives instructions as well as
provides patterns to take home.
Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Harmony Hall is
outdoor cooking, and tomahawk and knife throwing.
Field Marshal Bobby Lewis encourages Backwoods
Militia members to attend in full Colonial-era
For directions, go to
Harmony Hall accepts donations, but does not charge
For more information, call Bobby
Lewis at (910) 874-4011 or visit Harmony Hall
Plantation on Facebook at