Mother's Day Tea slated for May 7
Ooh, la la! Once again, the City of West Linn is happy to be hosting it's very popular Mother's Day Tea taking place at noon Tuesday, May 7, at the West Linn Adult Community Center.
Guests will enjoy the elegant Parisian theme while munching on delicious delicacies and tea, served by handsome gentlemen in tuxedos. Although not required, if you would like to wear your finest hat you may just win a prize. Past winners were enchanting in their elegant peacock feathers, satin ribbons, and fancy trim. What fun!
Fashion models will be on hand to dazzle us with a selection of the finery that can be found in the center's gift shop. The gift shop, also known as The Little Shop on Rosemont, will be open during the event for your shopping pleasure. Cash, checks and credit/debit are happily accepted.
This event has sold out quickly in the past and seating is limited. Tickets are only $15 and can be purchased at the WLACC front desk, or by calling 503-557-4704. Credit cards are accepted for ticket purchase. Guests who have been lucky enough to attend the Mother's Day Tea in the past agree that it is not to be missed. The many ladies in fancy hats and the beautiful décor lend to the splendor and ambiance of this wonderful event. Have a great time laughing and talking with friends while remembering the cherished maternal figures who have touched your lives. The women who gave birth to us, the women who stand beside us and the women who will always live within us: We celebrate you, we love you, we thank you.
Contact the WLACC at 503-557-4704, or stop by at 1180 Rosemont Road, West Linn 97068.
The lunch menu this week features meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans and sugar cookies on Friday, April 26; beef stroganoff on egg noodles and peas, with chocolate pudding on Monday, April 29 and birthday brunch with meat and veggie scramble, bacon Yukon gold potatoes and fruit salad on Wednesday, May 1. Cost is $5 per person. Lunch is served at noon.
Keli Stevens is a volunteer at the West Linn Adult Community Center.
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