For The Holidays?

Local artisans, shopowners event planned for Nov. 11

Photos submitted to Times Observer A display of Bill Gross’s handmade wooden pens and timepieces.

Get a jumpstart on holiday gifting, support the talents of local artisans and treat yourself to a delectable “Beef on Weck” luncheon — all at the annual Warren Woman’s Club fundraiser, What’s New for the Holidays! from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11.

Your entry fee of $3 (children under 12 are admitted free) at the 310 Market Street ballroom will entitle you to shop from a wide variety of local vendors, including:

Nancy Kaye – Mary Kay cosmetics

Lois Crozier — Alpaca items

Alicia Trojanowski — Paparazzi jewelry

Patty Gern — Travel agent

Jack Northrop — wooden bowls

Sandra Yaegle — ACE Oneida Lumber YETI coolers & cups, gift items, etc.

Amanda Wellner — Homemade bathscrubs,lip balm, etc.

Ellen Paquette — Original art prints

Bill Gross — Wooden pens

MaryAnn Boyle — Christmas Items

Roberta Ward – Fresh ground pine wreaths

Beth Macpherson — Tupperware

Nicole Betts — Lipsense

Debra Young — Handcrafted items from home

G G My Love (Cheri Greenstein) — Clothing & accessories

Jeremy Siliano — Colored pencil carvings

Lynda Slocum — Catering

Olivia Sechriest — Mini quilts

Michele Bango — Textile art

JeriEllyn Leggieri — Wire jewelry and Wire Sculptures

Tara Munch — Fiber arts

Barb Derr — Embroidery

Christine Stover — Agnes and Dora adult clothing line

Melissa Koszewski — Scentsy candles

Sandy Ceriola — Chocolate confections & gourmet apples

Kristyn Bango — Homemade soaps

The Woman’s Club will continue to serve its traditional Beef on “Weck” luncheon, which begins at 11:30 a.m. until gone.

The meal includes a beef on “weck” sandwich, homemade macaroni salad, chips, beverages and homemade pumpkin roll for dessert served in a seasonally-decorated dining room.

All luncheon tickets will be sold at the door Saturday at a price of $10.

Victorian holiday decorations abound at Woman’s Club including Christmas trees decorated by local Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops. You will also have the opportunity to visit display tables of local agencies in our parlors.

Raffle items this year include:

A money tree worth over $300, a wine basket composed by members Marge Himber and Judy Champlin, a handmade ground pine wreath created by Woman’s Club member Roberta Ward, an antique platform rocker donated by member Rebecca Ryan and a c.1840-50s hand-rubbed cherry finished washstand courtesy of Jon Amacher. The raffle drawings will take place Friday, December 15, 2017.

Visit:

www.warrenwomansclub.org for more information.

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