December 4, 2021 11:30 am
Program: “A Colonial Christmas Tea” (America 250!)
Guest Speaker: Kimberly B. Sherman, PhD.
“Women in Colonial North Carolina”
Cape Fear Country Club
Regent Ann Moore and Vice Regent Carolyn McCormick met with Cape Fear Country Club to finalize the menu and make final arrangements for this years Tea. Invitations are being sent and there will be a sign-up sheet for different committees such as craft day, set up, take down, protocol and auction. Everything has been confirmed with our guest speaker. More details will be discussed at the November meeting. We hope to see you there.
About the speaker: Dr. Kimberly B. Sherman is a historian, writer, and educator in Wilmington, NC. She earned BA and MA degrees in History from UNC Wilmington and her Ph.D. in Modern History at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland where she researched Scottish family networks in eighteenth-century North Carolina. Dr. Sherman teaches history at Cape Fear Community College and is co-owner of the independent bookstore Ghost Hill Press in Wilmington. Her writing has appeared in print and digital magazines as well as in scholarly journals. Dr. Sherman is currently working on her first book project on Scottish families in early North Carolina.