Holiday Boutique December 2 at Woman’s Club

Here comes the Holiday Boutique and Christmas Store!

PHOTO: Beverly Biber | SouthPasadenan.com | The Holiday Boutique at the Woman's Club in full swing

The Woman’s Club of South Pasadena will hold their annual Holiday Boutique and Christmas Store Saturday, December 2nd  from 9:30 am to 3:00 p.m. at the historic Clubhouse, 1424 Fremont Avenue in South Pasadena. There is truly something for everyone and the perfect shopping event to put you in the holiday moood as San Gabriel Valley crafts persons and artisans from foothill communities will be showing off their beautiful, handcrafted gifts.

PHOTO: Beverly Biber | SouthPasadenan.com | Shoppers getting their holiday shopping done early at the Holiday Boutique at the Woman’s Club of South Pasadena

A variety of original handmade gifts for all ages, holiday decorations, toys, and festive floral planters will be available. There will also be holiday-baked goods, gourmet jams and salsas. Guests and children will also enjoy a special visit from Santa Claus and holiday music performed by members of the award winning Pascale Music Institute.

The Clubhouse, a Cultural Heritage landmark built in 1913 by noted architect Norman Foote Marsh will be festively decorated for the holidays.

“Plan to enjoy a fun day of shopping and cheerful holiday music in the warm and colorful ambience of the historic Clubhouse,” says Beverly Biber, organizer of the event.

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | The beloved Norman Foote Marsh designed clubhouse at 1424 Fremont Avenue

A light lunch in the Dining Room will be offered from 11a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and a raffle of holiday gifts will also be held throughout the day.

For further information on the Boutique, call 323-256-0123, or visit the Club website: www.thewcsp.org

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