Torrance Historical Society: Summertime Tea

$50    |  Aug 4, 2024  |  3:00PM - 8:00PM
Chado Tea Room Torrance

Teatime in the Summertime – Hats off to You!
The Torrance Historical Society requests the pleasure of your company at their upcoming exciTEAing event:

The afternoon will include . . .
1. Vintage Hat Display – view the collection of men’s and women’s hats
2. Sampling a variety of CHADO’s 10 freshly steeped loose-leaf teas
3. Sumptuous tea sandwiches
4. Freshly baked scones with CHADO’s famous cream
5. Assorted delicious desserts
6. Opportunity to win fabulous gift baskets
7. Most beauTEAful summertime teatime outfit wins $50 gift card to Aliotta’s Via Firenze
8. The most make-you-take-a-break-from-tea-sipping-to-stop-and-stare hat wins $50 gift card to Aliotta’s Via Firenze
9. Fascinators for sale (to wear that day) – $10
10. Time to visit and chat with all the other teetotalers

Here are the details . . .

When: Sunday, August 4, 2024

Where: CHADO Tea Room – 1303 El Prado Avenue, Old Torrance

Time: 3:00 PM (doors open at 2:45 PM)

Cost: $50 per person — seating is limited, so reservations are required and will be taken on a first come/first served basis.

Pay online or via check: Checks (made payable to the “Torrance Historical Society”) are to be mailed to: Torrance Historical Society – 1345 Post Avenue, Torrance, CA 90501. Payment must be received within 48 hours of reservation in order to hold your spot. Each year, this is a SOLDOUT event!

Note: In order to reserve a table, it will need to be paid in full at the time of reservation – please include first and last names, emails, and phone numbers for those in your group (even if it’s just two in your “group”) with whom you’d like to sit.

RSVP: Call today to reserve your seat – 310.328.5392 – last day for reservations – Thursday, July 25, 2024

Parking: Free on-street parking is available

Info: 310.328.5392 or visit: www.TorranceHistoricalSociety.org

Attire: Tea attire — hats and gloves, optional – but encouraged

Proceeds from this fund-raiser directly benefit the Museum – archiving activities, historical discoveries, research projects, special programs, its operation and exhibits.