On Sunday, March 16, my hubby and I went to the Plymouth Historical Museum, in Plymouth, MI for a Mad Hatter Tea Party. Executive Director, Elizabeth Kerstens, contacted me back in January about doing my J.L. Hudson's presentation for the program. We arrived at 1:00 p.m. to get set-up for the 2:00 o'clock tea. The room was ready for 52 attendees, and ladies were busily preparing the meal - a Maurice Salad, of course!
The director, Elizabeth [at right],was busy with meal preparations.
Students from Northville High School Honor Society were servers. They did a great job! I smiled when I overheard one of the ladies concluding her instructions with them say, "Now go wash your hands as though you're preparing for surgery." ;-)
Many of the attendees wore a hat - including one gentleman [left, orange hat].
Pictured below is Tricia and her mom. Tricia won a prize for the hat she made. Isn't she sweet? She reminded me of my granddaughter, Isabella.
She won first place!