Progressive Dinner: June 30 2018

Historical Triangle Marshfield

Please join us for our third Progressive Dinner.
Celebrated in the rooms and on the lawns of these local gems.

Progressive Dinner – June 30 2018 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM

  • Join the Historical Society for appetizers at the Marcia Thomas House.
  • Move next to the 1699 Winslow House for dinner.
  • Wind up the night with dessert at the Daniel Webster Estate.

Attendance is limited to 60 guests. Tickets are $25.00 per person. Advance reservations are required by Wednesday, June 27th. For further information call Barbara at (781) 834-9867 or, email: danielwebsterestate@yahoo.com

Mail checks made out to DWPT at Box 238, Green Harbor, MA 02041

First come first served. Parking at the 1699 Winslow House.

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Taste the History: Mayflower Brewing Company

Join us for Taste the History: Mayflower Brewing Company at The Daniel Webster Estate!! May 5 2018

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“Taste the History” with the Mayflower Brewing Company at the Daniel Webster Estate on Saturday May 5 from 3-6pm. 

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Snack and sip on a wide variety of beers as the history of the Mayflower voyage, the Mayflower Compact, and the Mayflower Brewing Company and beer making are explained.

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Hear the differences in the ingredients used and the brewing of each individual beer tasted. May 5th is Cinco De Mayo day and Mayflower brews a Mexican lager called Jimador which will be one of the beers offered for tasting.

$20/person tickets at the door.  Call 781-834-7818

The Daniel Webster Estate is located at 238 Webster Street, Marshfield, MA  02050

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Spring Tea- Daniel Webster Estate

Please join us for our Spring Victorian Tea as members and volunteers of the Daniel Webster Preservation Trust welcome Spring.

Webster Estate Seasonal Teas 2018

Please join us for our Spring Victorian Tea as members and volunteers of the Daniel Webster Preservation Trust welcome Spring.

Our Spring Tea is being held on Sunday April 8th from 2-4pm (seating at 2pm) in the historic 1880 mansion at the Webster Estate. Tea is served all afternoon with scones and breads, assorted tea sandwiches and delicious desserts.

Tickets are $20 and include a tour of our historic 1880 Victorian Mansion. Reservations only– by calling Carol at 781-834-7818.

Don’t delay as these Victorian teas sell out quickly.

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for our other seasonal teas and family activities.

2018 – SEASONAL TEAS

June 10 Summer Tea

October 14 Fall Tea

November 11 Winter Tea

FAMILY TEA 

Family Tea September 23

This is the newly named September Tea and it is hoped that indeed families with children might choose to attend and to “take tea”, an old time tradition when families would gather together on a Sunday afternoon for conversation and food and drink, with us in our beautiful and old and historic house on Sun Sept 23.  Tea ,or lemonade for the non- tea drinkers, will be served from 2-4pm.  

Encourage nana, grampy, aunts and uncles to join in with you and your children, 5 years and older, for this special tea. 

Please call 781-834-7818 for reservations. Reserve a table for your family or the friends you choose to call family.  

Tickets $20, $10 children 12 and under.  A tour of the mansion is included.

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Author Lecture, “The Families, the Voyage and the Founding of America” by Rebecca Fraser

This event is sponsored by the Marshfield Historical Triangle and will be hosted at The Daniel Webster Estate (238 Webster St, Marshfield). This lecture is free to the public.

“The Families, the Voyage and the Founding of America”

Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7 PM
This lecture is free and open to the public

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Rebecca Fraser sheds new light about the Mayflower and on a family caught up in all the perils of crossing the ocean and settling in the wilderness of a new land.

But the story did not end there. All settlers had to become linguists, traders, and explorers, and yet not forget their roots and customs from the old country. With the aid of exciting contemporary documents, Mrs. Fraser brings the Winslow Family to life, a family made less ordinary by their responses to the challenges of the New World.

Written with the pace of an epic, this is a story that is both national but intimate and human, as the Winslows made the painful decisions that ensured their survival in America.

This event is sponsored by the Marshfield Historical Triangle and will be hosted at The Daniel Webster Estate (238 Webster St, Marshfield). This lecture is free to the public.

REBECCA FRASER, a long-time Winslow Association Member, has worked as a researcher, an editor, and a journalist, and has written for many publications, including Tatler, Vogue, The Times, and The Spectator. She is the author of “The Brontës” and “The Story of Britain”.