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Author Topic: TEMPUS @ Historic Speedwell in Morristown, NJ  (Read 690 times)
Count Dumas
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« on: August 02, 2011, 08:15:01 pm »

Greetings Everyone! I have some information for you on an event taking place in New Jersey on the 10th and 1th of September!  We would love to see all of you there!
Are you a History fan?  A Steampunk?  A Science aficionado? Announcing an event not to be missed by any respectable adventurer, anachronologist or temporal voyager!

Marquis Marcus Dumas and The T.E.M.P.U.S. Society invite you to sample the latest advance in temporal exploration, capable of bringing your favorite moments in time directly to you! We will be hosting this T.E.M.P.U.S event at Historic Speedwell in Morristown, NJ.

Build your own Steam Engine! Marvel at the working 24-foot Water Wheel and explore the inner workings of the Telegraph! Tour the historic Vail House and see how  one family lived over 150 years ago.

Take part in hands-on workshops and discussions, enjoy refreshments while you take in concerts and other entertainment, or simply browse the wares for sale in our Time Travelers’ Commons!

For two days, we will set the backdrop for a Steampunk / mid-1800s immersion experience. Come as you are or wear your favorite historic or Steampunk costume.

Are you a vendor or performer? We still have vendor spaces and a limited number of performance spaces open. Feel free to contact us and be a part of the fun.

For more information visit our website at www.esprit-de-vie.com.
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