Welcome to our Spencer Jacket Silent Auction!

What is a Spencer Jacket?

It was originally named for George Spencer, 2nd Earl Spencer (a758-1834), who is reported to have had a tail-coat adapted after its tails were burned by coals from a fire. It was adopted as a popular women’s fashion on both sides of the Atlantic during the 1790-1820 Regency Style period.

These Spencer Jackets are all hand made. They are made from very special fabrics depicting genuine Regency styles. We hope you will fall in love with one. It is for a good cause.


Meet old friends and new. Enjoy a popup theater.
Watch a Jane Austen Film then participate in a discussion and critique led by Kathie Moon.
Hors d'oeuvres and a complimentary glass of wine provided and a cash bar will be available.

Community Building Auditorium (Lobby)

$27.00 Per person

Enjoy a delightful four-course afternoon tea. You may be seated with guests outside your party. We will attempt to seat large groups (6) together. However, the group may be separated and seated at nearby tables. Please arrive on time for your reservation. Arriving late may result in the forfeiture of your seats.

Purchased admission to the festival is required. Tea Seating cancellations are non-refundable after purchase. Note, there may be a limited number of tickets available to purchase the day of the festival. 

We are very excited to announce our second Regency Ball. In most of Jane Austen’s novels a Regency Ball appears. This was an event for most Regency era aristocrats to meet others, courting, and socializing. It was an activity in which all ages participated. Put on your finery and dancing shoes and come join us. Hors d'oeuvres and a glass of wine and a cash bar will be available.