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Bridgerton inspired tea | PHOTOS

Crystal Nelson of Washington, D.C., uses her fan for shade at the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade. She and friends also learned other fan techniques at a session called "Fan Flirting," one of the Regency-era activities offered at the event organized by the Havre de Grace Independence Commission to help fund the 2021 July 4th parade and concert.
(Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

Bridgerton inspired tea | PHOTOS

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A Bridgerton inspired tea is held at the Havre de Grace promenade.
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Crystal Nelson of Washington, D.C., uses her fan for shade at the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade. She and friends also learned other fan techniques at a session called "Fan Flirting," one of the Regency-era activities offered at the event organized by the Havre de Grace Independence Commission to help fund the 2021 July 4th parade and concert.
Crystal Nelson of Washington, D.C., uses her fan for shade at the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade. She and friends also learned other fan techniques at a session called "Fan Flirting," one of the Regency-era activities offered at the event organized by the Havre de Grace Independence Commission to help fund the 2021 July 4th parade and concert. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Alex Fintak, left, and Marion Jackson, right, both of Fair Hill, learn dances from the Regency era at the Bridgerton inspired tea held on the Havre de Grace promenade. There were about 140 participants.
Alex Fintak, left, and Marion Jackson, right, both of Fair Hill, learn dances from the Regency era at the Bridgerton inspired tea held on the Havre de Grace promenade. There were about 140 participants. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Alex Fintak, left, and Marion Jackson, right, both of Fair Hill, learn dances from the Regency era at the Bridgerton inspired tea held on the Havre de Grace promenade.
Alex Fintak, left, and Marion Jackson, right, both of Fair Hill, learn dances from the Regency era at the Bridgerton inspired tea held on the Havre de Grace promenade. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Regina Ray of Aberdeen, holds up a silhouette portrait created by artist Emily Byrne, left, at the Bridgerton inspired tea.
Regina Ray of Aberdeen, holds up a silhouette portrait created by artist Emily Byrne, left, at the Bridgerton inspired tea. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Lady Crystal Hudson of Port Deposit teaches "Fan Flirting" from the Regency era at the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade. Participants learned that this gesture of a fan pressed against a lady's right cheek meant " yes."
Lady Crystal Hudson of Port Deposit teaches "Fan Flirting" from the Regency era at the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade. Participants learned that this gesture of a fan pressed against a lady's right cheek meant " yes." (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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From left, Molly Donahue, Dani Kurta and other participants in the Bridgerton inspired tea learn Regency-era dances on the Havre de Grace promenade.
From left, Molly Donahue, Dani Kurta and other participants in the Bridgerton inspired tea learn Regency-era dances on the Havre de Grace promenade. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Paul Abuto of Port Deposit, second from right, with his companion, Donnette Paris of Philadelphia, right, takes photos with his mobile phone, the one non-Regency era accessory found at the Bridgerton-inspired tea held at the Havre de Grace promenade on Sunday. They were chatting with, from left, Kimberly Stackpole, Gabrielle Prochaska and Peter Stackpole, all of Baltimore City.
Paul Abuto of Port Deposit, second from right, with his companion, Donnette Paris of Philadelphia, right, takes photos with his mobile phone, the one non-Regency era accessory found at the Bridgerton-inspired tea held at the Havre de Grace promenade on Sunday. They were chatting with, from left, Kimberly Stackpole, Gabrielle Prochaska and Peter Stackpole, all of Baltimore City. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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From left, Kristen Colvin, Karen Williams, Laura Bayne and Becky Scheirer guess trivia questions from the Bridgerton series with the help of Brendan Stackpole, right, and Brooke Granger (not pictured) at the Bridgerton inspired tea.
From left, Kristen Colvin, Karen Williams, Laura Bayne and Becky Scheirer guess trivia questions from the Bridgerton series with the help of Brendan Stackpole, right, and Brooke Granger (not pictured) at the Bridgerton inspired tea. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Town crier Bob Willenbrink formally announces the arrival of each attendee to the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade, including "Lady" Roxy Gaston, center, and "Lady" Tracy Robertson. Proceeds from the event, organized by the Havre de Grace Independence Commission, will help fund the 2021 July 4th parade and concert.
Town crier Bob Willenbrink formally announces the arrival of each attendee to the Bridgerton inspired tea at the Havre de Grace promenade, including "Lady" Roxy Gaston, center, and "Lady" Tracy Robertson. Proceeds from the event, organized by the Havre de Grace Independence Commission, will help fund the 2021 July 4th parade and concert. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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