The Aloha spirit will make an appearance at Tuesday night’s Sierra Madre City Council meeting, where council members and City staff will don Hawaiian shirts.
Hawaiian Shirt Day has become a tradition for the first Sierra Madre City Council meeting in August and all attendees are encouraged to wear Hawaiian shirts, the City said in an announcement. The meeting will begin at at 6:30 p.m.
The Sierra Madre City Council will also hold its annual breakfast meeting with Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich Wednesday morning at .
Will you be attending Tuesday's city council meeting in a Hawaiian shirt? What do you think of the Hawaiian Shirt Day tradition?