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 unite Ladies with one another and connect us to our community. The friendships and self-esteem we pull out of our hats is powerful, while our outreach is meaningful to everyone and everything we touch.
Ladies who love hats who come to Charleston are welcome to join us at our HaT-pin-ings, if prior arrangements are made.
This year will see a resumption of our mix of creative and traditional Hat Ladies hat-pin-ings and support for non profit causes in our Community. Adjustments will continue to be made, reflecting changes caused by COVID. Those currently listed below will most likely be expanded as we continue to settle into this "new normal."
Wednesday 1: Grand Opening of and Dedication to The Ruth Mazyck Hat Boutique at Hope Lodge, named in her honor/memory. A casual Luncheon at MUSC will follow.
Friday 17: The Hat Ladies continue our tradition of marching in The Rotary Club's St. Patricks Day Parade; gather at 9:00; Lunch at Tommy Condon's afterwards.
Wednesday, 22: The Hat Ladies are docents for the first day of Historic Charleston Foundation's Tour of Homes and Gardens, South Battery, 1:30 - 5:30
Saturday, 25: The Hat Ladies are docents for the second day of Historic Charleston Foundation's Tour of Homes and Gardens, South Battery, 1:30 - 5:30
Saturday 8: Easter Saturday will, once again, begin with The Hat Ladies' informal Promenade at 11:00 and end at High Cotton for our traditional Holiday Luncheon at noon.
Wednesday 12: The Hat Ladies are docents for the first day of Historic Charleston Foundation's Tour of Homes and Gardens, Anson Street, 1:30 - 5:30
Saturday, 15: The Hat Ladies are docents for the second day of Historic Charleston Foundation's Tour of Homes and Gardens, Anson Street, 1:30 - 5:30
TBD: A Mother's/Friendship Day gathering
Monday 3: Grace Episcopal Tea Room and Mouse Beautique, 11:30
June 25: Opening of International African American Museum
We were off to a slow start, as Charleston (and the rest of the world) started recovering 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 the icon to see what they were.
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