November 3 & November 4 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (both days)
This two-day event, hosted by the Senior Center Work Group, kicks off shopping for the holidays offering hundreds of unique handcrafted items for shoppers to choose from.Each year there is an assortment of handmade and homemade items by close to 50 vendors. Along with the usual holiday decorations, candles, knitted and quilted items, dog wear, plants, jewelry, kitchen decor and trinkets, there will be the ever-popular homemade jams, candies, breads, salsa, and fudge.This popular annual event gets bigger and better every year; shoppers are lined up outside the Senior Center before the doors even open. There is so much to see that many shoppers attend both days of the event.
Cash and checks will be accepted. Credit cards will only be accepted for purchases of $50 or more. Proceeds from the Holiday Boutique benefit activities at the Senior Center, such as the Senior Center Christmas party.
Please note, parking at the Senior Center during this event will be designated for shoppers only. The Burning Tree gate will be open during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days. Motorcycles should park in the approved motorcycle parking spaces and not in the car parking spaces.
For more information about this event contact Kathy Barbay at 951.805.3278.