Hats on Parade
Ladies Hat Fashions
Show and Sale
Sunday March 18th
at 2:30 PM
In anticipation of the up coming spring holidays such as Mother’s Day, the Kentucky Derby, Garden parties, and of course our spring and summer teas, we are offering a fabulous hat fashion show just in time for the spring and summer season. A wide range of designs will be modeled. including: handcrafted original one of a kind styles, vintage, traditional straw, party hats and more. Ladies, relax with your friends, and indulge your taste buds at our lovely March Tea as the hats are shown.
Be sure and make reservations for this smashing event!
We are very excited about our formal tea, art show, and sale to be held on Sunday, August 31st. Renowned artist Deborah Emerick in collaboration with Sweet Shalom, will exhibit exquisite mosaic trays, tables, frames and more. Each piece is a one of a kind and created from our own tea house china. Often china becomes chipped, or horrors, even shattered, and our well-loved pieces can no longer grace our tables. However, we still love them and now they live on as repurpose items of beauty. The showing will be on the lawn and browsing will begin at 3:00 and finish at 7:00. At 3:30 we will break for a formal tea. During tea there will be a brief talk on the History of Mosaic Art.
Date: August 31st 3:00 PM
Cost: $21.95 for Formal Tea
Please call early for reservations as this is a one-time event and seating is limited. 419-297-9919
An Old Fashioned Tea on the Lawn with Renee Walton
Fancy a tea on the lawn? You are invited to join us on Tuesday, June 24th at 6:30pm for a delightful evening garden party. There will be an exemplary buffet of delicious and beautifully presented delicacies, live music and genteel, world-renowned, storyteller Renee Walton. Mrs. Walton has practiced the art of storytelling for over 30 years, and has been featured in Country Living Magazine. If you love men in top hats and ladies in flowing dresses wearing exquisite millinery, you will enjoy this event. This tea is being held as a fund raiser for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) the nation’s leading voice in promoting equity and education for women and girls. Founded in 1881, AAUW members address fundamental issues of the day – educational, social, economic, and political. This is a worthy organization.
Date: Tuesday, June 24th at 6:30pm
Cost: $40.00 (Profits will go to the AAUW)
Please call 419-297-9919 for reservations.