Easter Promenade 2010

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The Hat Ladies Easter Promenade is always held the Saturday of Easter Weekend

Our Promenade is respectful of the Easter holiday and welcomes the spring season in a bouquet of hats of all colors. It is called a "Promenade," as opposed to a "parade," since it reflects the grace, gentility, and traditions of Charleston.  As The Post and Courier wrote, "It is not walking. It is not sashaying.  It is not strutting.  It is a leisurely walk taken for pleasure, to display one's finery, etc.' It is "hats off to our Hat Ladies, proud preservationists of promenading." 

The public is always encouraged to bring cameras, take a curb side seat, and enjoy the sight! 

We invite you to CLICK ON EACH OF THE FOLLOWING ICONS so this Promenade can pass you by:

 Gathering at Washington Park

 Strolling Down the Historic Streets of Charleston

 Enjoying The Palmer Home Bed and Breakfast

Lunching at The Mills House and Concert


In keeping with The Hat Ladies' message of fashion and compassion, we also wear a purple silk rose honoring the memory of 17 year old Emily Rose who died of leukemia. The Emily Rose Initiative, has been established as part of the ASCEND Foundation (www.ASCENDFoundation.org.) dedicated to ending cancer. Click on the rose for more details, and to order one for yourself.. 

  Picture the Hat Ladies