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Hats and High Tea event


This year’s Hats and High Tea benefit will welcome Spring at the Back Nine Tavern at Southington Country Club, 150 Savage St., from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 7.

A fun event for all ages, it includes hot and iced tea, coffee, sandwiches and sweets. Southington attorney and town historian Liz Kopec will discuss Southington: The War Years, highlighting life here during World War II. There will be a special creative craft demonstration as well. Tickets will be sold per person. Proceeds benefit Southington Community Services. Reservations are required. Handicap accessible. For information, call Diana at (860) 793-2765 or Patty at (860) 276-3370.



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