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It is time once again for islanders to don their fanciest chapeaux and head to Grand Old House for the annual Hatitude event, being held on 1 Feb. from 2-4:30pm.
The annual Hatitude brunch was a decidedly flighty affair, with attendees flocking to Sunday’s “Birds of a Feather” themed event at Grand Old House.
Time to don your fanciest chapeau and head to Grand Old House for the annual Hatitude brunch, being held on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
West Bay’s Ristorante Pappagallo was awash with attitude and Hatitude Sunday as attendees of the National Trust’s annual gala brunch got into the spirit of this year’s theme – ‘Fanta-Sea.’
The National Trust’s Hatitude gala, with the theme ‘Gone Wild,’ featured many exotic creations, including those worn by, from left, Tanya Foster, Stephanie Wight, Lisa Robertson and Tracy Swartz, at Grand Old House on Sunday.
The National Trust will hold its annual Hatitude gala under the theme “Gone Wild” at Grand Old House on Sunday. In celebration of the Trust’s 30th anniversary, patrons are encouraged to draw inspiration from wildlife, flora or fauna, whether in full regalia or just highlighted by choice of hat.
Hats of all kinds, some themed, some classic, were on display at the National Trust’s “Hatitude” fundraiser at Grand Old House on Sunday. The event, under the theme “Brunch Upon a Time,” encouraged patrons to dress as someone famous from history, real or fictional, in full regalia or just highlighted by a choice of hat. Photos by Maggie Jackson unless otherwise noted.
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands invites supporters to dress up as their favorite historical character, or wear a historical hat at its third annual “Hatitude” gala from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.