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Wedding Traditions and Superstitions-Antiques Study Group

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Has it always been the custom for a bride to wear white? Does eating the crumbs of a wedding cake bring you good luck? What’s a chivaree? Don’t miss this program on wedding customs and superstitions by Ventura historian Glenda Jackson. She is the author of three books on the history of Ventura and gives talks on vintage clothing, etiquette, and romance. Don’t bring your antiques to this meeting—We’ll expect to see some marvelous examples of wedding finery from Glenda’s collection.

The Antiques and Collectibles Study Group meetings are held in Anderson Hall at the Museum. Refreshments will be served.

About Glenda Jackson:
A resident of Ventura County since 1969, Glenda Jackson has written for numerous periodicals on antiques. She lectures on vintage clothing and Victorian etiquette and has been a City of Ventura historical tour guide since 1997. Her extensive collection of Ventura memorabilia includes early newspapers, brochures, maps, photographs, and other publications.

Earlier Event: October 13
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Later Event: October 26
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