Bethel Recovery Center, a Bridgeport sober residence for women, will host its "Last Traditional Mad Hatter's English Tea" to benefit its programs on Tuesday, May 21. It will take place 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the home of Susie Klau, 13B Dogwood Lane.

The event will include tea, food donated by Garelick & Herbs and raffles.

It will also feature a Spring Boutique offering items for sale from Westport businesses Ostilly Collections, Lera Jewels and Indulge by Mersene, and Vagabond's Daughter of Wilton.

The shops will donate 15 percent of its proceeds to Bridgeport Rescue Mission, which recently acquired the center.

Email Joanne Heller, the fundraiser's chairman, at for tickets and information.