|Minerva Market Shoppers Credit: New Place Collaborations|
MINERVA MARKET SHOPPING EXPERIENCE OPENS DOORS OF AT OAKLAND’S HISTORIC TWENTIETH CLUB
Art Deco Landmark becomes unique boutique featuring regional designers, artists, authors, a lunch, and more on Wednesday, October 5.
Public Contact Information Details: TheTwentiethCenturyClub.com
E-mail: pam.york@ thetwentiethcenturyclub.com
One of Pittsburgh’s landmarks is transformed into a delightful boutique when the Twentieth Century Club opens its doors to the community for the 15th MINERVA MARKET BOUTIQUE on Wednesday, October 5 from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm in the beautiful Art Deco Ballroom, open to the public for shopping at no charge.
More than 25 artists, authors and vendors from throughout the region are on hand with jewelry, clothing, accessories, art, books and gifts for anyone seeking a unique and personalize shopping experience.
Shopping is free, but reservations are requested for shopping and lunch package ($25). A buffet lunch will be served between noon to 1:30 in the Art Nouveau Dining Room. Reservations and information are available at 412-621-2353.
Minerva Market features:
Jewelry: Cristal Jewelry, Cristine Leslie’s Fine Jewelry, ESBE Designs, Maria Paul Kyros, Rachel's Cure by Design and Sabika.
Accessories, including purses, knits, scarves, and much more: Embroidery From the Heart, Envy Mack Collective, HM Designs, La Perla, Vera Bradley Accessories.
Books & Magazines: Lillie Leonardi, Dr. Shellie Hipsky
Clothing: H. Baskin Clothier, La Perla, Magnolia on Main, Warm Wears,
Gifts: HM Designs, Nell Mercier, Photos, Collages N’at
Home Accents, Deco and more: Wilson & Wier
Beauty Products and food: Nerium International and Pretzel Crazy
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About The Twentieth Century Club
The Twentieth Century Club, a landmark in the heat of Oakland, is celebrated its 120th anniversary in 2014. A popular venue for regional events, weddings, parties and graduations, the TCC enjoys a history steeped in leadership and tradition as a private club whose membership has maintained the Beaux Arts building for more than a century.
Founded in 1894 by leading Pittsburgh women, the TCC today provides members with a wide array of professional, educational, cultural, social and travel opportunities. Community events bring audience to the TCC for performances by such groups as Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society, and other arts and cultural organizations.
A uniquely Pittsburgh institution, The Twentieth Century Club occupies a distinguished position in the rich cultural history of Pittsburgh and uses proceeds from this sale to help in the continuous preservation of its more than a century old building.
Current members of both women and men represent the region’s legal, financial, academic, and cultural fields, among others, contributing to the club’s present and future through leadership and their individual community profiles. Members enjoy benefits including programs, networking, and use of Club facilities.
For event and membership information, contact Manager Andrew Hutchinson or Pam York at 412-621-2353 or pam.york@ thetwentiethcenturyclub.com