14th Annual Heritage Valley Sewickley Unique Boutique to be held November 8
Custom jewelry, delicious foods, boutique clothing and charming gifts from some of the most talented artisans in the region are available at the Unique Boutique, an event benefiting the Heritage Valley Sewickley Foundation. The Unique Boutique is in its 14th year and provides special shopping and lunch experience for those seeking one-of-a-kind gifts for the upcoming holiday season. The event, which this year is presented by Diehl Auto, will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., November 8, 2014 at the Edgeworth Club, 511 East Drive in Sewickley. All proceeds from the Unique Boutique benefit the Staunton Clinic Behavioral Health Services through the Heritage Valley Sewickley Foundation.
Admission for shopping at the Unique Boutique is $10 per person or $35 per person for admission and lunch. The buffet lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and reservations are required. A courtesy shuttle will be available to shoppers from the Heritage Valley Sewickley hospital garage located at Fitch Circle (720 Blackburn Road) to the Edgeworth Club. The shuttle will make rounds every 30 minutes beginning at 9:30am to 4pm.
“The Unique Boutique is a wonderful opportunity for shoppers to purchase a variety of gifts in one location, all from vendors that are part of the community. We will feature more than 50 artisans and vendors at this year’s event,” said Terri Tunick, chair, Unique Boutique. “There are so many talented small businesses in this area and we greatly enjoy showcasing them while benefitting important behavioral health programs.”
Lynn Kirkpatrick, owner of The Village Shoppe, enjoys coming to the Unique Boutique. Her store is a one-of-a-kind boutique that provides exceptional shopping experiences to their customers. Lynn wants women of all shapes and sizes to look and feel beautiful. She personally selects and buys every piece of apparel, jewelry, bags and accessories that is found in her store. With 25 years in the fashion business, Lynn offers clothes that are trendy, current and classic. Her clothing lines include Sno Skins, Lynn Ritchie, Mesmerize, Linena Domani, Alison Sheri, BiJou, Big Budda and many more.
The Village Shop is located in Thorn Run Crossing, 1136C, Thorn Run Road, Moon Township, PA 15108. Phone number is 412.264.7621.
Stitch Wizards, owned by Bettie Ann Stephenson, offers embroidery, digital printing and laser engraving on various products. Aprons, chef coats, throws, totes, towels and stuffed animals can be embroidered for that special gift. Laser engraving is used on awards, clocks, frames, medals, plaques, wind chimes, wine boxes, wooden displays and name tags. Glassware, coasters, cutting boards, plates and ornaments can be personalized with digital printing. Stitch Wizards is dedicated to providing excellent service and superior gifts, and the store takes pride in supporting products made in the USA. They will assist customers in designing the perfect gift, logo or promotional product.
Stitch Wizards is located on 1009 4th Avenue, Coraopolis, PA 15108. Phone number is 412.264.9973. Website is www.stitchwizards.biz.
For questions and reservations, please contact Susie Abercrombie at 412.749.7050 or email@example.com.
About Heritage Valley Health System
Heritage Valley Health System is a $450 million integrated delivery network providing comprehensive health care for residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties, in Pennsylvania; eastern Ohio; and the panhandle of West Virginia. In partnership with 3,800 employees and more than 450 physicians, Heritage Valley offers a broad range of medical, surgical and diagnostic services at its two hospitals, Heritage Valley Sewickley and Heritage Valley Beaver; in 72 physician offices; and 14 community satellite facilities. For more information about Heritage Valley Health System, please visit www.heritagevalley.org.