Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is expected to make a visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in California on August 8.

The Simi Valley Republican Women Club, a nonprofit group of GOP volunteers had invited Sarah Palin to be a speaker at the group's 50th anniversary, according to an e-mail from the group's president Peggy Sadler.

There is also an accompanying notice stating that No press or other media allowed.

The group is renting space for the invitation-only event at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, a suburb north of Los Angeles.

Tickets for the gala reportedly were going for $100 per person for members and $150 for invited non-members.

Up to 900 people were expected to attend. Sadler said the party is “not a fundraising event” and that proceeds would go to pay for the event itself.

While Palin's personal representatives say she “has not confirmed her attendance at any event” and that the Simi Valley party is “one of hundreds of outstanding invitations” she has received.

If she does appear in Simi Valley on Aug. 8, and nowhere else before then, it would mark Palin’s first venture to the Lower 48 since stepping down as Alaska governor on Sunday, 18 months before her term of office was scheduled to end.