I have two questions for you. The first is, when was the last time you watched Alice in Wonderland? The second question is what was the last time you went to a tea party? Well, the Valley Mall in Union Gap wants to help make two of those things happen for you in just a few days! They are hosting something wild and wonderful called the Mad Hatter's Tea Party.

On Saturday, April 9th, 2022, the folks at the Valley Mall in Union Gap are planning a wonderful event designed to delight kids of all ages! There will be special guests in attendance at the party including the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland!

The Mad Hatter is that crazy guy wearing a big tall black hat and wearing a bunch of clocks around his neck in his hands all over his jacket. I like to think of him as the Flavor Flav of the fiction world. Instead of running around yelling, "It's Flavor Flav!", the Mad Hatter runs around yelling, "Oh no, I'm late, I'm late!"

There is no dress code for the event but I'm sure if you want to dress up as one of the characters from Alice in Wonderland no one will turn you away. In fact, they might even make you part of the action, too. You could dress up as Alice and wear a dress with a blue apron and a blonde wig or you could dress up as the queen of hearts and run around telling everyone, "Off with their head!"

For more details on the Mad Hatter's tea party at the Valley Mall in Union Gap, click here.

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