The Clarence Women's Club will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. April 5 in the Clarence Town Park Clubhouse, 10405 Main St. A presentation on the Darwin Martin House, which the group will tour later this month, will be given by guest speaker Richard Beatty. Guests and new members are welcome. For information, call 741-2471.
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site is bringing back a signature event, the Mother-Daughter Tea, with formal seatings at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. May 1 and May 2 at the site at 641 Delaware Ave.
Guests are encouraged to don their Sunday best and enjoy a charming Victorian meal of savory tea sandwiches, including the traditional cucumber and watercress, fresh-baked scones and sweets surrounded by fragrant spring blossoms, delicate china and silver teapots.
A vintage fashion show, presented by the Historic Site's Costume Resource Center, will feature stylish fashions from 1850 to 1950. Girls will fashion spring bonnets crowned with ribbons and flowers, and an exhibit of antique and collectible dolls will be presented by the Buffalo Regional Doll Club.
Admission is $25 for adults, $15 for children under 10. For required reservations, call 884-0095.
The Greater Buffalo Alumnae Panhellenic will meet at noon April 7 in the Family Tree Restaurant, Amherst. Committees will be set up to help plan the group's Sept. 24 fundraising event.
Panhellenic will mail pamphlets to about 60 high school guidance counselors along with a letter explaining its new high school award. A representative from the group will attend awards ceremonies or graduations to provide the winning students with a necklace and National Panhellenic Conference pendant.