Marysville Historical Society's Spring Tea, Fashion Show return April 22

TULALIP — The Marysville Historical Society's ninth annual Spring Tea and Vintage Fashion Show will return to to the Tulalip Resort Hotel and Casino on Sunday, April 22, from from 12:30-4 p.m.

This year's theme is "A Berry Festive Tea: Celebrating 80 Years of Strawberry Festival." A vintage fashion show will be presented with a red-and-pink emphasis. Guests are encouraged to "think spring" and dress their Sunday best. Fancy hats are also traditionally encouraged, but not required. In keeping with previous years, prizes will be awarded for "Best Decorated Table" and "Best Hat," as voted by the attendees.

As always, tables will be individually hosted, complete with cloth tablecloths, set with the hostesses' favorite china patterns and centerpieces, which is why the Marysville Historical Society is once again looking to recruit individuals to host tables. Each hostess who fills her table will receive free admission. Individual seats are also available, but seating is limited and admission is by reservation only. Seats are $25 each.

The menu will include tea sandwiches, strawberry tarts and other assorted sweets, along with coffee, hot tea and hot chocolate for children. The festivities are also set to include a silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, and other raffles and games. The Marysville Historical Society is seeking sponsorships and donations of auction and raffle items.

For seat reservations or more information, please contact Meg Engelter, Marysville Historical Society Board member and reservation coordinator, by phone at 360-659-3090 or via email at Reservations with payment are required.

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