Tuesday, April 03, 2012
So much was learned from this epic disaster. My grandma was ten years old when it happened. You wouldn't think a little girl in Magna, Utah would even remember such a thing, but she clearly remembered the News Boys on the corner selling the Extras that proclaimed the news of the calamity. "It changed everything," she'd say, "We all looked at the world differently."
The Stillwater Est. 1997 recognizes that the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic merits some form of commemoration and reflection. Step into this 1898 home and you're instantly transported to a different time and life style. The Stillwater provides the perfect backdrop for these customized evenings of historical reflection.
I am delighted to be a part of this 1st Class experience at the historic Stillwater. I'll be sharing some inspiring stories and insights from survivors of the Titanic disaster while the Stillwater offers up the ambiance and some tasty morsels from the menu of the Titanic.
Revisit history while creating your own unique memories today!
Check out this news story about the Titanic Teas: http://www.localnews8.com/news/30822173/detail.html
Book a Titanic Tea with the ones you love by calling:
Miss Tonia will be happy to accept your reservations.