Douglasville, Georgia –The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, an annual favorite wince CAC’s earliest days, returns to the Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/Douglas County on Saturday, March 19th from 11am-3 pm. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is a fun and creative opportunity for children from three to ten years old to have an inter-active activity, based on Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice in Wonderland.
Admission is $10 for each participant, youngster or grown-up. This Spring celebration for children and families is presented in partnership with the Douglas County Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association
The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party will be held outdoors on the grounds of the CAC where families can play flamingo croquet, join in a musical sing-a-long or in a storytelling session, participate in an egg hunt, pin the grin on the Cheshire cat, create puppets with special guests the Piccadilly Puppets, and be creative decorating a cookie to eat at the focal tea party for the children and their parents and grandparents. There will be three tea-times, at 12 p.m., 12:45 p.m., and 1:30 p.m.
To spark adult creativity as well, adults are encouraged to wear their best spring bonnets, and prizes will be awarded for the most creative and original hats worn. Two prizes will be given, for most creative and for a “Mommy and Me” paired category . Children are reminded to bring baskets to collect their eggs. The Cheshire Cat will wear a grin, the Mad Hatter will serve tea, and, knowing him, the White Rabbit will probably be late.
Reservations are required for this sell-out event. Call the Cultural Arts Council for more information and make your reservations today, 770-949-2787. For detailed directions and more information please visit www.artsdouglas.org.
The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/ Douglas County is located at 8652 Campbelltown Street.
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