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Visit the Gibson House Museum to experience a Victorian Christmas and see the Gibson House decorated in all its finery. Seasonal refreshments will be served. 2:00-4:30 p.m. Free to all, donations appreciated.
Gather at Old South Meeting House, where colonists met in 1773 in the biggest meeting the colonies have ever seen. Join loyalists and patriots to decide what to do about the tax on tea imposed by the British crown. Add your voice to the debate as the deadline approaches - by midnight the tea must be unloaded and the tax is due! After the meeting, parade to Griffin's Wharf accompanied by fife and drum. Line the waterfront to witness the destruction of the tea as the Sons of Liberty storm the Brig Beaver, tossing tea into the frigid water below. Don't miss this opportunity to experience the event that changed the course of American history - it only happens once a year! Get your tickets now before they sell out!