08/04/2024 - 08/04/2024
Torrance Historical Society

Torrance Historical Society: Summertime Tea

Address: 1303 El Prado Avenue, Old Torrance
Phone: 310.328.5392

Teatime in the Summertime – Hats off to You!
The Torrance Historical Society requests the pleasure of your company at their upcoming exciTEAing event:

The afternoon will include . . .

  • Vintage Hat Display – view the collection of men’s and women’s hats
  • Sampling a variety of CHADO’s 10 freshly steeped loose-leaf teas
  • Sumptuous tea sandwiches
  • Freshly baked scones with CHADO’s famous cream
  • Assorted delicious desserts
  • Opportunity to win fabulous gift baskets
  • Most beauTEAful summertime teatime outfit wins $50 gift card to Aliotta’s Via Firenze
  • The most make-you-take-a-break-from-tea-sipping-to-stop-and-stare hat wins $50 gift card to Aliotta’s Via Firenze
  • Fascinators for sale (to wear that day) – $10
  • Time to visit and chat with all the other teetotalers

Here are the details . . .

When: Sunday, August 4, 2024

Where: CHADO Tea Room – 1303 El Prado Avenue, Old Torrance

Time: 3:00 PM  (doors open at 2:45 PM)

$50 per person — seating is limited, so reservations are required and will be taken on a first come/first served basis.

Pay online or via check:  Checks (made payable to the “Torrance Historical Society”) are to be mailed to: Torrance Historical Society – 1345 Post Avenue, Torrance, CA 90501.  Payment must be received within 48 hours of reservation in order to hold your spot.  Each year, this is a SOLDOUT event!
In order to reserve a table, it will need to be paid in full at the time of reservation – please include first and last names, emails, and phone numbers for those in your group (even if it’s just two in your “group”) with whom you’d like to sit. 

RSVP: Call today to reserve your seat – 310.328.5392 – last day for reservations – Thursday, July 25, 2024

Parking:  Free on-street parking is available

Info: 310.328.5392 or visit:

Attire: Tea attire — hats and gloves, optional – but encouraged

Proceeds from this fund-raiser directly benefit the Museum – archiving activities, historical discoveries, research projects, special programs, its operation and exhibits.