A Weekend with Jane Austen

March 22-24, 2019

Toronto, Canada


This event is an immersive experience, which takes place in one of Toronto’s best-loved historic sites, Montgomery’s Inn.

The weekend will include five historical meals, music, letter-writing with quill pens and sealing wax, Regency fashion, Austen discussion groups, a Regency games night, a dance workshop and ball, historical parlour games, and much more! All by firelight and candlelight at Montgomerys Inn.

For the preliminary schedule, click here.

There are significant discounts if you attend large segments or the whole event; members of JASNA (and local branches) and historical organizations such as Heritage Toronto, Town of York Historical Society, Ontario Historical Society, York Pioneers, Culinary Historians of Canada, United Empire Loyalists and other groups receive an extra 10% off. 

Gift certificates are available


Historical clothing is optional, but encouraged, and simple gowns are available for rent in the $25-35 range (as are breeches, trousers, historical shirts and waistcoats).


Montgomery’s Inn

4709 Dundas St West at Islington; free parking. 

Please note that all prices are in Canadian dollars (about .75c US), and that there are discounts for students and seniors as well as members of  historical societies and JASNA

Travelling to Toronto


Getting around the city once you’re here

Tickets can be purchased in advance by Interac transfer, Paypal, cheque or money order (in Canadian or US funds). Pre-registration is strongly recommended.

Contact us


Karen Millyard has been organizing cultural events and teaching historical and modern English Country Dance for years. She is a choreographer, researcher, event organizer, consultant and professional dance teacher who works in theatre, museums, schools and the community. For information on her classes and other events, click on the links below.


Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A Danceweavers Presentation

JaneAustenDancing, 1812DanceCanada, York Regency Society

Toronto English Country Dancers
(our modern English Country dance counterpart)

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