November 18 is the Members’ Party and biggest meeting of the year when the new slate of officers and board members is up for a vote. You don’t want to miss.

Ladies, it’s time to dig into your closet and dust off that “little black dress,” the one that hasn’t seen the light since the beginning of the pandemic (if you can remember that far back).

Coco Chanel created It in 1926 as a rather outrageous and abrupt change from the colorful, frilly dresses of the time. It suddenly signified all that was elegant and understated, a basic that could be upscaled or downscaled with jewelry, rather like an art canvas. (https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/why-coco-chanel-created-lbd-180965024/)

Our canvas for party is a Black and White theme and an elegant cocktail party. So, ladies, go buy some new shoes. Gentlemen, you are encouraged to NOT wear a little black dress, though could indeed make a statement.

A choice of little black dresses
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