Hat Show! American Fashion through the Decades

Cold Days, Warm Hats…. There’s nothing like a fashion show to warm things up on a cold winter’s day. “Hats Through the Decades” brought the great looks of hats through decades of American fashion as one of the many events hosted by Bradley Bay Assisted Living for its residents two weeks ago. Full story and photo spread inside today’s Villager.

Cold Days, Warm Hats….
There’s nothing like a fashion show to warm things up on a cold winter’s day. “Hats Through the Decades” brought the great looks of hats through decades of American fashion as one of the many events hosted by Bradley Bay Assisted Living for its residents two weeks ago. Full story and photo spread inside today’s Villager.

There’s nothing like a fashion show to warm up a cold winter’s day!

“Hats Through the Decades, “ is a fashion show created by a group of West Shore ladies who elegantly recreate the great looks of earlier times for area groups.

The ladies staged a show at Bradley Bay Health Center’s Assisted Living two weeks ago. It was a great way to warm spirits during the week’s bitter cold snap!

The ladies modeled hats and outfits from from the late 1880’s to the present day. Expert narrator Carol Nussle offered informative descriptions of the presentations. The history of the hats and a framework of the times makes for an excellent display of history come to life.

“We are a group of ladies who got together to do these programs. They are fun, and they are very well received by young and old, men and women alike,” said spokesperson Jan Hart.

The group has performed for many groups, assisting living homes, churches and more. They perform free of charge, but do accept donations.

“Ohio’s First Wives” is another element of the group’s repertoire. By portraying the lives of the eight First Ladies of the Ohio Presidents of the United States, interesting and little-known facts of their lives and times are shared.

If you are interested in learning more about this group or to schedule at program, please phone Jan Hart at (440) 871-9056.

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