March is Woman’s History Month, and members of the Woman’s Club of South Pasadena (WCSP) will be donning a variety of hats representing various decades in history at the Club’s March 6 Membership Tea and luncheon meeting at the organization’s historic clubhouse, 1424 Fremont Avenue.
Keynote speaker is former librarian and historian of California woman’s clubhouses, Vicki Guagliardo. Her presentation, “American Women and Their Hats,” will feature authentic antique and vintage hats as well as some reproductions used by women in the Americas from colonial through present times. She will select guests to model some of the variety of hats on display.
Women in the community interested in learning about WCSP and their 120-year history of service and philanthropic projects are invited to the Tea. If you enjoy fun and friendship, caring and creative projects, and meeting new people, plan to attend the Membership Tea and luncheon. Membership information and applications will be available.
Social hour begins at 10:30 a.m. followed by a brief business meeting. The history of hats program will be followed by a catered lunch.
Reservations should be made by March 3 by calling Lynn Cathcart (323) 255-5739 or via Email:email@example.com.
For more information, www.thewcsp.org