Guests are invited to share their favorite teacup or miniature tea set at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 5, at the Tiny Tea at the Griswold Center, 777 High St.

Guests are invited to share their favorite teacup or miniature tea set at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 5, at the Tiny Tea at the Griswold Center, 777 High St.

Speaker Sally Moser will present her collected children's, doll's and doll house tea sets. Attendees are invited to share their own favorite tea service items.

Refreshments from local bakeries, including sponsors, Sugarbush and Mrs. Goodman's Baking Company, will be offered. This program is for all ages.

Registration is required. Call 614-842-6320. The cost is $5 per person.

This is a joint program presented by the Worthington Historical Society and The Griswold Center.

* Beginning Sunday, April 6, and continuing through Nov. 23, the Orange Johnson House will be open on Sundays for docent-led tours.

The new Hands-On Kids area, sponsored by Park National Bank, also will be open, and scavenger hunts for children will be offered.

On the lower level, visual exhibits focus on pioneer life in log houses and farming in early Worthington.

Young visitors can build log houses and barns with Lincoln Logs, fill the barn with animals the Johnsons might have had on their farm, try on pioneer outfits, read books about pioneer lifestyles and make quilt patterns with magnetic quilt piecing kits.

Visitors also can enter scavenger hunts during their guided tour.

For information, contact the society at info@worthingtonhistory.org or call 614-885-1247.