Gilded Age Etiquette

Everyday Etiquette from the Gilded Age to Today

09/19/2019 | 07:00PM - 08:30PM

Meeting Room 3


Join Mary Harris and learn how etiquette has changed since the times of Downton Abbey and why some manners are still important today.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Library

Mary is the founder of Mary Harris Events where she designs and produces events in unique locations for corporate and social clients.  Her early love of gracious entertaining led her to launch her first business a full-service catering company.  She then consulted on food styling projects for print and film before launching her event planning company.  A life-long interest in manners and their impact on our everyday lives brought the addition of etiquette training to her business in 2004.  Mary teaches etiquette to colleges, universities,businesses, and organizations.  Mary is "committed to making etiquette, formerly perceived as outdated in today's society, relevant in today's culture. She has been featured on WPIX 11 Morning News in New York,, US 1 Newspaper, Princeton Packet PM Magazine, The Knot Magazine, NJ Biz, Tribune Chronicle, AOL Small Business, Career Builder, Press of Atlantic City, YP Nation, and News 12 New Jersey.

Gilded Age Etiquette