The annual Calvary Christian School Boutique will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, November 15, at 701 Palisades Drive. Complimentary valet parking will be provided.
Hosted by Calvary’s Parent Association, the event began more than 20 years ago as a way to celebrate the holidays, give back to the community, and kick off the gift-giving season.
This year’s shopping boutique will feature a wide array of more than 60 pop-ups featuring the latest in women’s apparel, home goods and services, and children’s clothing and toys.
Some of the returning vendors include: 27 Miles Malibu cashmere, Anthill Shop N Play for kids, Chaser Brand tees, Frankie’s on the Park tween clothing, Golden Tote women’s apparel, Lavender Blue table linens from France, All Things Bell resort wear, Letterpress Jewelry and Gourmet Blends.
New vendors will include Claire V, Faherty, Roller Rabbit, Ms. Hallman’s Succulents, Minnow Swim, Leisure Society, Native Florals and Transition State interior design services and home décor. Gift wrapping will be available.
This year, two local celebrity chefs, Pamela Salzman, author of “Kitchen Matters,” and Erin McKenna, author of three cookbooks, including her latest “Bread and Butter: Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes to Fill Your Breadbasket,” will be on hand with samples of their recipes, and available to sign books.
The Calvary Resale Shop will feature gently loved contemporary and luxury apparel for the family as well as home décor and children’s toys, skiwear and formal wear. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this booth will benefit the School’s Community Service Partners, which include the Children’s Bureau and Union Rescue Mission.
Shoppers who want to help a foster child may select an ornament, with a gift request, off “The Giving Tree.” After the gift is purchased, it will be delivered to the child by the school. Over the past two years, The Giving Tree has provided gifts for more than 400 foster children.
Caffe Luxxe will offer a coffee bar until noon and Erewhon will offer a beverage bar along with hot and prepackaged food selections between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Bake Shop will offer cakes, pies, cookies and other baked goods, made by Calvary families.