Etiquette Classes at Edison Ford

Historical records in the Edison Archives show Mina Edison, wife of the legendary inventor Thomas Edison, as a gracious hostess and interested in the well being of children and the community.  Following in this tradition, Etiquette at Edison Ford, includes one day (two hours) lessons in timeless etiquette and social skills.

Class will be taught by Suzanne Willis who has been teaching similar classes at the Ritz-Carlton hotels throughout the nation.

Mimi’s & Mina’s Manners at Edison Ford

February 14, 2015
February 21, 2015
11 AM - 1 PM

Children ages 6-12 will gather at the Edison Caretaker’s House for a two hour lesson in good manners.  This class teaches children proper introductions, handshakes, and dining etiquette during a three course meal.  Each student will receive a workbook and certificate of completion.  

Cost:

Edison Ford Members :  $65
Non-Members:  $75

Registration is required.

About the Instructor:

The Classes will be taught by Suzanne Willis who has been teaching similar classes at Ritz-Carlton hotels throughout the nation.  Willis is a graduate of the Protocal School of Palm Beach and is a Fort Myers native.  Willis created her etiquette classes in honor of her grandmother, Florence "Mimi" Black.

For more information and to register for the "Etiquette at Edison Ford" contact the Edison Ford Education Department at 239-334-7419.