The Women’s Club of Milton has announced that its second annual WCOM Holiday pop-up store is now live until Sunday, December 5. The store is a dedicated vacation shopping website hosted by Pro-Stitch Embroidery, a local business in Milton. Anyone can order online and pay just like any website.
This year, the WCOM Pop Up Store features works by two local Milton artists: “Believe Snowman” by Ginny Barney and “Tis the Season” by Anne Buck. Both images are artfully crafted on matching holiday ornaments and coasters. Exclusive sets of blank note cards from old Holiday House Tour book covers are also available.
To see the items for sale in the pop-up store, go to womensclubofmiltonholiday2021.itemorder.com/sale. The store will be online until 11:59 p.m. on December 5. After this date, this link will become inactive.
WCOM will also be hosting a table outside the Milton Historical Society during the Milton Holly Festival on Saturday, December 11, where additional craft giveaways, raffles, Dickens Village Tricky Tray tickets (including pop-up store items) can be purchased 9 am-3pm Delicious homemade pastries and 50-50 raffles will be available at the WCOM table inside the Milton Fire Hall during the Holly Festival.
Proceeds from all sales benefit ongoing community projects supported by the Women’s Club of Milton, a 501c3 non-profit organization. To learn more about WCOM, visit womensclubofmilton.org.
The Women’s Club of Milton is a non-profit organization. All club fundraising efforts benefit the community, including scholarships for female Milton high school graduates, Milton Community Food Pantry, Milton Community Foundation, Milton Public Library, Milton Fire Department and Milton Elementary and Middle Schools. Women interested in joining the club can contact Carol Ann Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org.