Woman’s Club of Greenwich Holiday Boutique Featured Vendor: Gemini Dream

Screen Shot 2014-10-11 at 12.15.09 PMMark you calendars for the Woman’s Club of Greenwich annual holiday boutique:

Friday, Nov. 14, 10:00am – 5:00-pm

Sat., Nov 15, 10:00am – 4:00pm

The club, located at 89 Maple Ave in a spacious Victorian mansion, has ample parking and brims with room after room of unique gifts. There are also visits from Santa, raffle prizes and “Grandma’s Kitchen.”

Over the years the annual two-day shopping event has become a destination for people seeking handmade and one-of-a-kind gifts. All proceeds from the two day event benefit the Club’s philanthropies and scholarship fund.

This year Greenwich Free Press will feature each of the three dozen crafty vendors over the weeks leading up to the event.

Screen Shot 2014-10-11 at 12.04.21 PMFeatured Vendor: Gemini Dream Jewelry Design 

Gemini Dream fashions jewelry from back kyanite, and a host of other semi-precious stones.  All of Ruth A. Kelch’s designs are unique.

“I like a lot of texture in my designs, incorporating asymmetric highlights which make each piece have a personality of its own,” says Kelch.

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The Woman’s Club of Greenwich was founded in 1910 to bring together women to promote civic, philanthropic and educational activities and exert a helpful influence in the community.   The Clubhouse is conveniently located and is available for events such as birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, bar/bat mitzvahs, quinceañeras, or other social or business occasions.

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