If anyone knows what's "hat-pin ing" around Charleston, it's The Hat Ladies. Thus our Calendar is typically filled with hat wearing opportunities that bring Ladies and our community together. The friendships and self-esteem pulled out of our hats is powerful and meaningful to all of us. COVID 19 led to the cancellation of major Charleston events that we have supported through our volunteerism for YEARS.
Ladies who love hats who come to Charleston are welcome to join us at our HaT-pin-ings, if prior arrangements are mad
17: Volunteer for March of Dimes Fundraiser, Signature Chef's Auction; Gaillard Center 6:30 - 9:30
3: Holiday Party at Water's Edge 11:30 - 2:00
4: Participate in Charleston's Holiday Parade
January and February 2023: Stay tuned for two very special hat-pin-ings
16: The Hat Ladies celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month at The Cavalry Episcopal Church, 106 Line Street, church of hatsister Jennie Cooper; 10:30 - noon
21: Hatpy Hour at Round Holiday Inn
22: Get a Habitat House ready for occupancy/ANOTHER new date due to delay caused by hurricane IAN
24: High Tea at Charleston Place Noon
9: Cocktails for a Cause, an evening benefiting the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation's Lowcountry Chapter; 6:00 - 8:00; The Harbour Club at 22 Westedge Street, Charleston
30: Summer Tradition: Lunch at Jasmine Porch, 11:30 - 2:00
17: HaTpy Hour at Marriott on Lockwood, 5:30 - 7:30
28: Carolina Day at White Point Gardens, followed by Lunch at Mills House or Poogan's Porch (rained out:>(
28: Be part of The Fashion Show and feted at the Teacup & Hats Luncheon presented by the Ladies of Payne RMUE Church Fellowship Hall, 1560 Camp Road, James Island; 10:00am - Noon
9: Lowcountry Orphan Relief (LOR) Southern Garden and Hat Party; Lovegrove Estate in Summerville; 11:30 - 2:30
16: Continue The Hat Ladies Easter Luncheon tradition at High Cotton; UNOFFICIAL Promenade from White Point Gardens to Restaurant
1: Attend Mardi Bras Luncheon and donate new items to The Undergarment Society; The Glass Onion, 1219 Savannah Hwy; 1:00 - 2:30
16 & 20: Volunteer for Historic Charleston Foundation Tour of Homes and Gardens: South Battery Tour, 1:30 - 5:30
17: Walk in St. Patricks Day Parade; 9:00 - 11:00; optional lunch at Condon's
17: Provide St. Patricks Day entertainment at Canterbury House; 2:00 - 3:00
Provide Hats for the Homeless at 180 Place; noon, followed by optional lunch at Little Jack's Tavern
We were off to a slow start, as Charleston (and the rest of the world) started to recover from COVID.
This year COVID effectively canceled all community activities in which The Hat Ladies would have participated. There were, however, some clever events we managed to pull out of our hats. Click on icon to find out what they were.
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