Due to popular demand, the Walters State Music Club is planning a second Princess Tea Party. This one will be from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at the General Morgan Inn in Greeneville. This gives adults (mother, father, grandparent) the chance to treat a young princess to an afternoon with Disney’s favorite princesses.
Young ladies (preschool and elementary age) and their chaperones will be treated to afternoon tea and sandwiches, make-overs, dancing lessons and photos with their favorite princesses. The evening will conclude with a concert of Disney favorites from films like “Aladdin,” “Little Mermaid,” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
Each young princess will leave with a 5 x 7 photograph and a tiara.
The event is a fund-raiser for the Music Club. Tickets for a child and a parent chaperone are $50. Tickets for extra children are $20. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Laura Ritter at (423) 585-6969 or Laura.Ritter@ws.edu. Ritter is assistant dean of humanities and director of the college’s choral program.
CUTLINE: Young princess Makinli Bullington, daughter of Austin and Jessica Bullington, poses with Belle from “Beauty and the Beast” at January’s Princess Tea Party. Belle is played by Walters State student Sarah Stokely. (Stokely is the reigning Miss Greene County and will soon be competing in the Miss Tennessee pageant.) The Walters State Music Club is planning another Princess Tea Party March 9 at the General Morgan Inn in Greeneville.