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Travelers' Top Tips to Pack Smart

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Advice from the traveler community on their best-ever packing tips. Here’s what they had to say. • Pack light to travel light. If you can manage with a carry-on, do it. Try taking half of the things you need and twice the money. You can make buying a few new items a fun part of the adventure. • Pack a sleep mask and ear plugs. These can come in handy on a plane, train or in your hotel room. • Capitalize on empty suitcase space. Roll your clothes, instead of folding them. Stuff socks, underwear, and accessories inside of shoes. Leave no space unused. • Keep a sarong or pashmina in your carry-on. They can be used as a blanket on the plane, a scarf if it’s cold or a shawl on an evening out. • Bag it. Kitchen sandwich bags can be used to hold your accessories, vacuum pack bags can be space savers, and trash bags have multiple uses (laundry bag, shoe covers). • Skip airport snacks and bring your own. You can save yourself a bit of money and keep your hunger at bay in case you have a delayed flight. • Create compartments. Two words: packing cube. If you are visiting more than one city during your trip, packing cubes will keep your suitcase organized and save you from having to pack and unpack. • Share your packing space. Traveling with a girlfriend? Split your clothes between two suitcases on the off chance one of them gets lost during the flight. • Bring a multi-socket extension cord. Although newer hotels have USB ports in rooms, it’s best to have an extra outlet to charge all of your electronics at once. • Make photocopies before leaving home. If you’re traveling out of the country, make two photocopies of your passport. Use your smartphone to take pictures of your car in the airport’s parking garage and do the same for your luggage and its contents in case it gets lost. Consider this: Wear old t-shirts, pants, underwear, and socks and throw them away on the trip after you wear them. That way your luggage is lighter and you have room to purchase items on your trip" Forgot your toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, deodorant? Check with the front desk of your hotel… they’ve always got small samples available. Not a member of the Red Hat Society? There's only one, join the fun! You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps! Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2018 International Convention as we Let the Good Times Roll in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Guest Blogger - HATalk E-magazine RHS Blog Post

Posted By Administration, Thursday, March 9, 2017
Updated: Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Ever wondered how to get your knitted and crocheted hats to keep their shape? According to expert crochet artist Sarah McFall, from Yarn & Blarney in the UK, it is a good idea to 'block' your yarn creations. 

 

Damp blocking uses moisture to set the natural fibres of the yarn in place. It is a very gentle procedure in which a finished piece of knitting or crochet is dampened and then carefully stretched. Flat projects, such as a scarves or blankets, can pinned to a foam mat as shown here. 

 

 

It can be a little more difficult to block a hat, though, because of the shape, so we wanted to share Sarah's special hat blocking technique with you...

 

All you need is a hat, a balloon, a glass, a spray bottle and some water...

 

1) Inflate the balloon until its widest part has the same circumference as the finished hat. Use a tape measure to check this and keep adjusting the size of the balloon until you get it right - this may take a while but accuracy is important.

 

2) Once you are sure that you have the circumference right, tie a knot in the balloon  and place it in an empty glass or vase so that it is free standing.

 

3) Carefully ease the hat over the balloon, as pictured. 

 

4) Fill a spray bottle with room temperature water - not too hot or too cold - and spray the hat. If it is a slouchy style, get the hat really damp and then gently shape the slouch as desired. Fitted beanie styles just need a light spray. 

 

5) Leave the hat until it is completely dry and remove it from the balloon. 

 

This article was originally published in HATalk Issue 128. For more hat making tips and techniques, visit www.hatalk.com

 

For a limited time, Red Hat Society Members can get $40 off a subscription to HATalk e-magazine. Go to www.hatalk.com and enter coupon code rhs2016 at the checkout by March 31, 2017 to get this deal.

 

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You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme.  We welcome you to our next Funvention as we Let the Good Times Roll in New Orleans, Louisiana .  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 International Convention.

 

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RHS Virtual Super Hero Party

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, March 7, 2017

SPREAD THE WORD!!! The Super Hero Agenda Announced!!!

RHS Virtual Super Hero Party held in honor of International Women’s Day
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
9AM to 5PM PST
https://www.facebook.com/groups/RHSVirtualSuperHeroParty/

(Hey, women hold the world together, why do

9AM PDT: Introductions! What kind of party would we be hosting if we didn’t let everyone get to know one another? Please share who you are, why have you joined us today and if you are an RHS Member (yet?). If you are new to RHS, we want to be the first to welcome you to the party! We’ll use the COMMENT section of the particular post to share our answers.

10AM PDT: Let’s Decorate! Where does a Super Hero live? In a top-secret location? Of course, as they say, “It’s location, location, location!” So, show us your secret lair. If you are new to a virtual party, all you have to do is find your favorite Super Hero themed image online and share it in the COMMENT section of the post.

11AM PDT: What is your persona for today and what is your power? Post your picture or a special image you’ve plucked from the internet. Both are welcome.

12PM PDT: It’s lunch time! Let’s eat! Being a Super Hero is bound to burn a lot of calories. What’s on your menu today? Post your party pics or a themed image from online. Let your imagination soar.

1PM PDT: Your Super Hero story. Super Heroes are known to be strong, independent, caring, and have noble hearts. Share a story about your persona. Were you adopted after a crash to Earth? Did you rise from rags to riches? Are you one of the women who quietly hold the world together (and never even must your hair?) Tell everyone how did you become who you are today or a story from your rich adventures. Tell your story within the COMMENT section of the post.

2PM PDT: It’s time for a Super Heroine Dance Party! Let’s fling our capes to the music. What’s your favorite Super Hero song. Share it with us in the COMMENT section below. Ready to add a new and fun twist? Facebook live your dancing skills. All Facebook LIVE videos will be watched by Ruby RedHat herself and one “Dancing Queen” will be awarded a REAL prize for her Super Heroine moves. All Super Heroines are invited to post their Facebook LIVE video by 4PM PST to be considered in the contest. The winner will be announced promptly at 5PM PST.

3PM PDT: Super Hero Trivia Time. Join us for a time of Super Hero inspired Trivia. The first part of the hour, Ruby RedHat herslf will provide questions to be answered. The questions (and answers, please) will be found within the COMMENT section of the post. As Super Heros, speed counts, can you top our best trivia heroes? Virtual prizes will be awarded during the trivia hour and the Super Heroine with the most correct trivia answers will win a REAL prize!!! The winner will be announced at 5PM PST .

4PM PDT: Super Hero Photo Booth. We’ve got the photo booth ready for you! You’ll want to start downloading your favorite Super Hero accessories and props now from the internet or create them from scratch, then snap a pic and post it with the COMMENT section of the post ONLY. There will be a prize for the individual who has the best picture of themselves with a Super Hero themed photo prop. That placement automatically enters you in the contest to win a virtual prize at the end of our party! The winner will be announced at 5PM PST.

5PM PDT: Super Hero Finale! We’ll end our party with a song fit for heroes and announce the winners from the party in the COMMENT section of this post. The categories are:
1. Best Facebook LIVE Dance Moves
2. Most correct answers during the trivia hour
3. Best Photo Booth Prop Photo

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Guest Blogger - HATalk E-magazine RHS Blog Post

Posted By Administration, Friday, February 3, 2017
Updated: Monday, January 23, 2017

I recently had the privilege of hosting an international hat making competition on my website - www.hatalk.com. The theme was 'Connections' and it was really inspirational to see all of the creative ways that hat makers around the world interpreted this concept. I wanted to share a photo of the winning hat with you because it reminded me of the women of the Red Hat Society. 

 

 

This hat is called 'Marry-Anne' and it was made by Australian milliner Anne Belyaeva. The red 'button' base of the hat is made from red leather, which was created in the traditional way of being blocked, or stretched, over a wooden form. The black geometric design is made of Perspex, a material that is quite new to the hat making world and is quickly becoming very popular. Anne planned out the design on a computer and then laser cut the Perspex into the shape she wanted. 

 

I think you'll agree that it's a stunning and unusual hat and a worthy competition winner. It's cutting edge but also traditional. It's classic but also very modern. It's a serious fashion item but also lots of fun. And that's why it reminded me of you. The women of the Red Hat Society embody these qualities, too. You are intelligent, classy and full of neat traditions - but you're also fun, modern, forward-thinking and enjoy using the latest technology to connect with your fellow RHS Sisters. You ladies are an inspiration!

 

You can find out more about how Anne made her winning hat and see the other winning headpieces here

 

Remember, Red Hat Society Members can get $40 off a HATalk subscription. Just go to www.hatalk.com and enter coupon code rhs2016 at the checkout. 

 

 

Not a member of the Red Hat Society? There's only one, join the fun!

You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 Hats in the City International Convention in New York, New York.

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Time To Get Packing For New York!

Posted By Admimistrator, Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Updated: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Time to get packing for New York, all you convention-goers! Yes, I will admit that a gathering in the middle of New York City (ON Times Square, no less) requires a little more effort in the wardrobe preparation department than most conventions. But nobody is expected to break the bank by purchasing purple and red everything (certainly not in the boots and coat category). But, then again, if you already have it, can find it at a thrift store or borrow it......

Now for a major digression... 

Membership in the Red Hat Society changes just about every woman’s life for the better, but certain women have seized on our mission statement and incorporated it into their personal lives more than others. One of these is my old high school friend, now known in RHS circles as “The Lady Patricia.” Pat was always a sparkplug in high school, once organizing a group of us to humiliate ourselves royally by prancing in a cakewalk dance number in a “talent” show. But after graduation, marrying and having a daughter, she went into a profession that required her to fade into the background, to be – shall we say – circumspect and low-key (at least during work hours). She became a court reporter, eventually opening her own court reporting school. And she dressed the part. Whether she was typing silently in court or recording private depositions she wore navy, black or beige suits, “sensible” heels and discreet pearl studs in her ears – and totally avoided calling any attention to herself. For years and years, she was all business....

Until Pat joined the Dazzling Divas and embraced a persona much more in keeping with her true self. Quickly dubbing herself “The Lady Patricia,” she created a glamorous purple wardrobe, by sewing most of it herself. She set about assembling a collection of bling that undoubtedly rivals that of Queen Elizabeth herself. (OK, The Lady Patricia’s bling is not “real”). She found purple foxtails online, a purple lace parasol, and all sorts of other fabulous accessories.

Pat had always sewed a bit when she was younger, but when she became Lady Patricia she suddenly stepped it up in a big way. She claims that the RHS tenet advising us to find fulfillment by following old dreams encouraged her to return to sewing with a gusto - and nobody does gusto like Pat! She ordered buckram and a milliner’s hat form and figured out how to make hats for herself. She bought advanced sewing and embroidery machines and took classes in heirloom sewing. One of her early ventures into this highly-skilled endeavor was making an enchanting lavender baby dress and pink bonnet for my first granddaughter, Hannah. Now she has adorable twin granddaughters who benefit mightily from her skills. And her Chapterettes have benefited from her skills as well; included among other lovely gifts she has made for them are customized tote bags, featuring their names. She makes gorgeous purple ensembles for herself. She has even whipped up a full-length purple faux “mink” coat! She loaned it to me for the 2006 New Year’s Day parade in London.

Guess what I am borrowing to take to New York?!  Isn’t Sisterhood great? THANK YOU, Lady Patricia!

 

In friendship,

Sue Ellen

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Tip Your Hat to Falls Prevention!

Posted By Shalia Gibson, Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Updated: Monday, January 23, 2017

Tip Your Hat to Falls Prevention!
by Kathleen Cameron
National Council on Aging

 

National Council on Aging (NCOA), a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of older adults, believes healthy aging is the key to leading a life full of independence, freedom, and fun. That’s why we’re committed to stopping as many falls as possible, and helping to keep the 1 in 4 older adults who fall each year safely on their feet!

Unlike karaoke night with your sisters, falls aren’t fun—at all. In fact, they’re actually a pretty big pain in the butt! They can lead to head injuries, broken bones, hip fractures—yes, that means no merengue—a big fat medical bill that depletes your mani pedi slushfund, and even death.

But like most things in life, falls, too, are preventable. To keep the party of life going without any unwanted interruptions, follow these steps to avoid becoming the 1 in 4.

 

1.      Give your eyes and ears some TLC!

The older, the better only applies to your bottle of Cabernet Franc, not your eyeglass prescription! Your vision is key to helping you navigate falls hazards, like stairs and dim environments, meaning it’s important to get that annual eye exam to ensure your eyes stay healthy! If you’re a sunglasses kinda gal, remember tinted lenses can be a hazard, too. Swap your lenses before leaving the sun for a dimmer setting, and give your eyes time to adjust. Better yet, drop the sunglasses altogether for a stylish wide-rimmed red hat!

And those ears of yours are for more than just taking in beautiful notes at concerts! Your hearing is crucial for good balance, as well as ensuring you maintain high awareness of your environment—so make sure your ears are attending their annual exam, too!

 

2.      Talk their ears off!

Your family. Your friends. Your doctor. Give them the scoop on everything! Your health; medications; your inability to do things that used to be easy; if you feel unsteady when walking or standing, have fallen in the past year, or worry about falling. They’re your support system, so talk to them, because all of these topics can flag falls hazards.

 

3.      Buy some active wear!

No—shopping does not prevent falls, but exercise does! So grab a sister, hit up your favorite athletic store, and head over to a balance class!

Classes like Tai Chi, Stepping On, A Matter of Balance, and Otago, as well as physical therapy, can improve your strength, flexibility, balance, and gate—all things that can help prevent falls.

 

4.      Give your house the once-over

The place you probably feel the most comfortable is likely the biggest falls hazard in your life! Three in 4 falls occur in or near the home—meaning it’s time for you to step out of your comfort zone, and assess everything in your home with a critical eye.

Ask yourself: Is there enough lighting in hallways and stairways? Do my throw rugs slide? Can I easily reach common items in the kitchen? Are there rails or grab bars in all doorways, stairways, and bathrooms? Is there a telephone within arm’s reach from my bed? Is there a clear path from my bed to the bathroom?

These questions and more can help guide you through very simple changes you can implement to make your home safer. Enlisting the expertise of an occupational therapist can be a great help.

 

5.      Get your medications reviewed

High blood pressure, arthritis, and sleeping problems have many of us ladies popping meds! But many medications we’re taking—both prescribed and over-the-counter—often cause dizziness, confusion and drowsiness. These side-effects alone set off falls alarms, but when combined with your daily martini or cosmo, those falls alarms turn to wailing sirens! To avoid falls, get your medications reviewed by your doctor or pharmacist at least once a year.

Falls can happen any where and at any age. The NCOA is here to help! Find out what you can do to prevent falls in your life or in the life of an older lady you love at NCOA.org/Falls.

 

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You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 Hats in the City International Convention in New York, New York.

 

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Guest Blogger - HATalk E-magazine RHS Blog Post

Posted By Administration, Thursday, January 5, 2017

The January issue of HATalk e-magazine is out now and we've got some articles that I think you'll really love this month...

 

For instance, we featured some amazing hats by Maor Zabar, an Israeli milliner, which are true works of art as well as fashion items. Maor made our cover hat (photo by Jude Moscovich), which was inspired by the carnivorous pitcher plant, and tells us all about how he did it inside.

 

We've also got a great tutorial for you. Catherine Kelly, a hat designer from Australia, demonstrated how to make these beautiful ribbon flowers and all that you need to try making them at home is some grosgrain ribbon, scissors, a needle and some thread!

 

 

HATalk subscribers can download the full instructions right here

 

Did you know that you can get a huge discount off our normal subscription price just because you're in the Red Hat Society? To get this special RHS deal, go to www.hatalk.com and click on 'Subscribe.' Choose 'Sign up Now' and fill in your details. Now, before you submit your payment details, click on the blue box at the top of the page that says 'Have a coupon?' and enter the coupon code rhs2016. The price instantly drops from $60 a year to just $20 a year!

 

 

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You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 Hats in the City International Convention in New York, New York.

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RHS - NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS

Posted By Administration, Thursday, December 29, 2016

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

 

One of the best things about the beginning of a new year is that we all have a chance to start a new beginning.  Here are some things that we can all have a lot LESS of and so much MORE of...enjoy!



LESS                               MORE

Talking                             Listening

Planning                          Doing

Soda                               Tea

Junk Food                       Salads

Complaining                   Encouraging

Worrying                         Hoping

Doubting                         Believing

Lazing Around                Working Out

Frowning                        Smiling

Insecurity                       Trust

Weakness                      Confidence

Ignorance                       Understanding

Fighting                          Loving

Ungratefulness               Gratitude

Working                          Playing

Sitting                             Dancing

Black                              Red, Purple, Pink and Lavender

 

Not a member of the Red Hat Society? There's only one, join the fun!


You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 Hats in the City International Convention in New York, New York.

 

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SUE'S CORNER

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Dear Red and Pink Hatters,

Happy (almost) New Year – a chance for new beginnings, at least symbolically.  Many of us make New Year’s resolutions, usually involving some sort of personal changes in our lives.  Resolutions usually consist of either of trying to form new, positive habits (starting an exercise program) or committing to breaking a bad habit (smoking).  Whether you choose to try one or both of these types of behavior modifications you are making a vow to make a change in your life.  But even when you really want to do this you will find it hard.  It’s so much easier to continue to live life on automatic pilot.  Change involves breaking old patterns and few of us can accomplish this without major discomfort.  I’ve heard it said that “the only person who likes change is a baby with a wet diaper,” and that kind of says it all, don’t you agree?

As we grow older, we seem to like the general idea of change, in the world in general, less and less.  We’ve all watched our elders resist change and probably thought that we would never be like them.  But we understand how they felt now, as we, ourselves, get closer to the age they were then.  When my husband and I bought our first house my husband’s grandfather asked the price.  When we told him he raised his eyebrows in amazement and exclaimed “Why there’s not a house in this world that’s worth $34,000!”  (Can you imagine what he’d say these days?)   

In my opinion we have every right to bemoan at least some of the changes that life forces on us because they come upon us so fast and just keep coming!  The easy area to point to, of course, is technology.  Just when we learned to use email we were challenged to text; then, just as we started texting we were challenged to tweet.  Now there Instant Messaging, Instagram, etc...  The faster I run, the “behinder” I get!   And so, it goes – in oh, so many areas!  I honestly believe that there are too many changes, coming into far too rapid succession, for the comfort of anyone over the age of around 35.  But grumbling about it won’t make them stop; it will only irritate those who have to listen to it.

So I’m going to attempt a personal attitude adjustment: I’m going to change my reaction to change - to make a bigger effort to roll with the punches, so to speak.  I’m going to keep in mind that change is, by no means, always a bad thing.  I may be discomfited at times, but the fact is that the world has always been in the process of changing - and it always will be.  The world is moving ahead and I want to move with it.

So... bring it on, 2017!  

In friendship,

Sue Ellen, Exalted Queen Mother

 

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You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 Hats in the City International Convention in New York, New York.

 

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THE RED HAT SOCIETY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE PROVIDING MEMBERS WITH ROBUST & PRIVATE SOCIAL NETWORKING EXPERIENCE

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, December 20, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Print & Broadcast Media

December 15, 2016

Fullerton, CA December 15, 2016 -- The Red Hat Society®, one of the world’s premier women’s organizations, has launched a new website platform offering private social networking capabilities providing an even richer online Member experience.  The “Facebook-esque” platform offers Members the ability to speak directly with one another through advanced messaging capabilities, chat in a Members’ forum area, submit and view events happening in their local area, plan trips to meet Sisters around the world and so much more!  Playing online will only enhance the play offline by fostering meaningful relationships with other Members through a technology designed to enhance their connections to one another and the Society as a whole.  Queens (the leaders of local Chapters of the RHS) now have their own Chapter Group viewable only to their “Chapterettes” providing a private event calendar, chat area, document sharing, and event registration tools, in addition to bulk email and messaging capabilities.

With this new website launch, the Society takes its royal place alongside some of the world’s most powerful social networking sites.  What makes The Red Hat Society’s online tool so unique is that the users are boomer women with an affinity to the RHS lifestyle of fun and friendship.

The Red Hat Society® began with the gift of a red hat and has grown into a universal symbol for women around the globe.  The Red Hat Society® encourages women of any age to join (those under 50 wear pink hats until they “reduate,” while those over 50 wear red hats), emphasizing the value of cross-generational friendships and mentoring.  The social message behind the first red hat has resonated with millions of women around the globe, regardless of race, creed, occupation, age, or socio-economic status. 

By word of mouth, the purest form of viral marketing, The Red Hat Society® grew at a rapid pace thus garnering the Popular Culture and American Culture Association’s 2008 Award for its “Contribution to Popular Culture and American Culture.”  The Society has been the focus of major publications, ten books (one of which reached the New York Times Best Seller list), television and other media, in addition to having The Red Hat Society brand appear on a myriad of products.  Pop Culture status was truly achieved when The Red Hat Society® was the focus of an episode of the longest running animated series, THE SIMPSONS, in which Marge Simpson joins a local Red Hat Society® chapter. 

CEO, Debra Granich states, “This new website tool was the natural ‘next step’ in our commitment to connecting like-minded women to new friends and enriching their lives through the power of fun and friendship.  This advance in technology means women can join the Society and within minutes, be connected to other Hatters by geography or similar interests.  We are committed to staying at the forefront of technology.” 

For more information on the Red Hat Society®, contact Emily Yost, Marketing Director at 714-888-8132 or Emily@redhatsociety.com.

 

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You are invited to join your Red (and Pink) Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!  Let this serve as your official invitation to the Red Hat Society's 2017 Hats in the City International Convention in New York, New York.

 

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