Etiquetteer's Ninth Annual Repeal Day Celebration for the Gibson House Museum!
Friday, December 4, 2020
6:00-7:00 p.m. EST
Reservations required. This program will be conducted through Zoom.
Join Etiquetteer Robert B. Dimmick for the Ninth Annual Celebration of the Repeal of Prohibition to benefit the Gibson House Museum. The coronavirus is not keeping us from celebrating! This year’s virtual Repeal Day will include some special aspects:
Our beloved Miss Kitty, Kirsten Amann, will be back with us behind the bar, this time conducting a cocktail tutorial for all of us.
Etiquetteer will be hosting Repeal Day live from a room in the Gibson House you may not have seen yet: the third-floor bathroom, where our founder was known to concoct some good bathtub gin during Prohibition.
And our special guests Andrew Klausner and Jeremy Cooper, sharing with us interesting aspects of their new book, Cocktail Hour Meets . . . a Presidential Election! Your ticket price includes a complimentary copy of this exciting new book of tasty cocktail recipes based on all the American presidents. Andy and Jeremy used the pandemic quarantine to experiment with new drinks recipes. This resulted first in their book, Cocktail Hour Meets ... a Pandemic, and now with their second volume!
As usual, there will be door prizes and some Prohibition trivia!
RSVP by November 25 so that we can mail your book in time!
This event will take place via Zoom. Please be sure to download and acquaint yourself with the platform prior to the program. Access information will be sent to those who register. Registration is required and will close 15 minutes prior to the event.
Register Here: https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/thegibsonhouse/items/270208/?full-items=yes&flow=468779
The Gibson House is a historic house museum located in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. Now a National Historic Landmark, the home served as residence to three generations of Gibson family members and their household staff between 1859 and 1954. The Museum’s four floors of period rooms, including the original kitchen, are a time capsule of domestic life in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The museum is currently open for tours on select days, advanced ticket purchase only. You can also explore the house virtually through our website, social media, and virtual programs at thegibsonhouse.org.