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Crowning Glories: A History of Hats4 Monday, January 11, 2010
A wonderful tribute event is taking place this January celebrating the style and grace of black women through a history of hats. Detroit Michigan's Museum of African American History is proudly holding this event. Take part in this fun evening with a group of friends while enjoying light refreshments. Become a member to get in on the exclusive preview before it opens to the general public.

Crowning glories is a historical survey of the hat wearing traditions of black women from 1850 to the present. On January 17th from 5 to 7pm a free exclusive preview is available for Museum members only. Pleased to organize and hold this great exhibition is the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. Enjoy the many featured drawings, photographs, and beautiful styles of headwear on loan from the collections of local and national hat queens and designers. The Red Hat Society's Red Hatters will be featured among the many exhibits. You won't want to miss this joyous occasion of self-expression and beauty. Come to Downtown Detroit and join in on the celebration which opens to the public on January 18th, 2010.

- Queen Diva Dishberry
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