Join us for our 7th annual Heels & Tea event! Slip on your favorite pair of heels and enjoy a warm cup of tea with us. This is a fantastic opportunity for networking, relaxation, and sparkling conversation. Connect with like-minded individuals while enjoying the sophistication of high fashion mixed with tradition. Increase your social network in an ambiance filled with laughter over mouth-watering treats accompanied by the finest tea selection around! Mark your calendars; you don't want to miss this fashionable tea party.

May

05

Hats & Heels Tea

by North Shore Juneteenth Association Inc.

May

05

Hats & Heels Tea

by Hats & Heels Tea

Date & Time

May 05

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Organizer
North Shore Juneteenth Association Inc.
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Venue
Hawthorne Hotel, Washington Square West, Salem, MA, USA
18 Washington Square West
Salem
, MA
01970

About this Event

Join North Shore Juneteenth Association at our 7th Annual Hats & Heels Tea!

Join us for the Hats & Heels Tea at the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, MA.

Get ready to dress your personal best at this must-attend event. Indulge in a delightful afternoon of tea, treats, and inspirational speakers that will encourage you with this year’s theme: Lifting As We Climb.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to network with local community leaders, support North Shore Juneteenth Association, show your style, and enjoy a wonderful afternoon in the heart of Salem with friends! See you there!

The Keynote Speaker: Katrina “Kat” Hobbs Everett, M.Ed. City Councilor – Haverhill

About Councilor Everett:

Kat is a constructive deconstructionist, anti-racist, educator, entrepreneur, curator, activist, writer, and spoken word artist. A Senior-level Executive with over 25 years of refined experience in the human/social services field working in a variety of professional settings and levels including grassroots organizations and more. Kat has 12 years of diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and belonging (DEIJB) education experience, and extensive community engagement expertise working in and with diverse communities. She is skilled in innovative approaches and transformative interdisciplinary pedagogy, with experience working with cross-sector teams locally, nationally, and globally. Kat is an ardent speaker whose specialty topic areas include: leadership, family & community engagement, youth work, social justice education, training, and connectivity to name a few. Kat Co-Founded Power of Self-Education (POSE) Inc. a community engagement & advocacy nonprofit whose mission was “to inspire people and mobilize resources to strengthen communities” which she ran for 12 years serving the Merrimack Valley, Boston, and Chicago. She is also an Adjunct Instructor teaching at Merrimack College. Kat‘s personal mission statement is to “Constantly Cultivate Community”.