Red Hat Society Tea Party at the San Francisco Zoo, July 24, 2004

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The Strutting Peacocks, a Red Hat Society Chapter, will be throwing a Tea Party on July 24th at the San Francisco Zoo. Tickets are $35 per person and that includes admission to the zoo, admission to the tea party, a tour of the zoo, and games. All chapters and new members are welcome to attend.

The Strutting Peacocks, an Red Hat Society Chapter, will be throwing a Red Hat Society Tea Party on July 24th at the San Francisco Zoo.

The Strutting Peacocks and guests will mingle with the resident live peacocks at the San Francisco Zoo. The catering services at the zoo have graciously agreed to create a tea service for the Red Hats, something that is not normally on their menu. Over 100 Red Hatters have registered to dress in their purple outfits and red hats to meet, eat, play games, win prizes, and celebrate the birthday of the Queen Peacock, Amber-Leigh.

Saturday July 24, 2004

10 AM Zoo opens

Noon - 1 PM High Tea in the Lorikeet Meadow Tent

1 PM - 4 PM Games, Prizes, Zoo Tour

5 PM Zoo closes

For more information about this event, please visit http://www.thestruttingpeacocks.com/birthdayzoo.htm

The Red Hat Society provides fun social opportunities for mature women. Inspired by the poem Warning by Jenny Joseph, ladies get together in purple outfits and red hat for monthly teas and brunches. Physicians are recommending the Red Hat Society to older female patients to keep them active, give them a sense of community and self worth.

The Strutting Peacocks is one of more than 25,000 chapters worldwide who have had countless stories written about their outings in national publications including the New York Times and Boston Globe newspapers and Women's Day and Romantic Homes magazines. For more information about The Strutting Peacocks, please visit http://www.thestruttingpeacocks.com.

For more information about the Red Hat Society or to locate chapters in your area, visit http://www.redhatsociety.com.

To schedule an interview with the founder of the Red Hat Society, Sue Ellen Cooper, please call Cathy Risling at 562-713-0356.

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