Vero Beach’s oldest and grandest holiday concert and cookie sale – Christmas Tree Lane – will betray a gratifying boutiques for a 63rd time on Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The renouned eventuality is hold in a Christian Life Center of First Presbyterian Church, 520 Royal Palm Blvd. Admission is giveaway and parking ample.
Organized by a Presbyterian Women to advantage area charities, this year’s fundraiser will be “bigger than ever before,” pronounced Co-Chairs Joan Irvine and Maggie Fleming. Two floors of a Christian Life Center will be remade into a bustling holiday center, filled with stocking stuffers, present ideas, bargains galore, and tantalizing holiday goodies. At a raffle list as we enter, we can take a possibility on a beautiful queen-size coverlet domestic by a Presbyterian Women’s Quilting Circle.
The initial boutique, “Handmade Treasures,” will pleasure with a American Girl doll garments (and dolls!), booze present bags, and other meticulously handmade articles. Within a largest venue, a “Unique Boutique,” bargain-hunters will wish to spend many resting mins browsing a horde of kindly used equipment during truly overwhelming prices.
Are we interesting over a holidays? Mrs. Claus’ kitchen will save we time and effort, with palatable fruit pies, imagination cakes, honeyed breads, and other homemade treats. And don’t skip a homemade candy and a far-reaching accumulation of Louisville pecans for holiday baking or celebration munchies. Also on a categorical level, a Candy Cane Café will means a place to relax and maybe sip some tea or coffee.
If scooping adult holiday cookies is a priority, we might wish to conduct directly to a second floor, where “Cookies-by-the-Pound” will get your mouth watering with a tables and tables of homemade cookies of each description. Organizers advise that this renouned venue always sells out early!
Upstairs as good will be a “Artisans’ Gallery” showcasing artistic valuables and other singular handicrafts. A glamorous new second floor venue, “Fairy Hair,” will tempt we to supplement silky flicker to your locks. Sandra Reinoso from Kaleidoscope Hair of Vero Beach and church member Robyn Thompson will work their sorcery during a dual stations.
Thanks to a inexhaustible support of a community, Christmas Tree Lane is one of a Presbyterian Women’s many successful annual fundraisers, typically lifting some-more than $10,000 for several charities.
First Presbyterian Church of Vero Beach is during a intersection of Royal Palm Boulevard and Indian River Boulevard.