was bustling with shoppers on Sunday afternoon. The hosted a for locals and visitors to buy goods to help support the community.
Kristin Sibson, chair of the Holiday Boutique, had been planning the event with about 100 women involved with the PPJWC since May.
"The Palisades is an amazing small town within Los Angeles," says Sibson. "Our club helps keep it the town that it is by contributing to beautification of the area. It was a lot of work from all of our members. And the high school has been extremely helpful making the event run smoothly today."
About 50 businesses participated in the event, donating 20 percent of all profits to the PPJWC. The group plans to give the funds to local organizations which support arts and recreation, town beautification, education and community service.
Tables ranged from jewelry, women's clothing, children's clothing, men's ties, to balsalmic vinegar, locally-grown wine, eco-conscious lunch bags and of course, sweets and treats of various kinds. There was a wide array for the whole family to enjoy, along with the "Taste of the Palisades" which featured food from six local restaurants.
Scroll through the photos to enjoy the boutique and mark your calendars for next year!
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