BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- For decades the Junior League of Bronxville’s signature fundraiser has been Trails To Treasures. In 2016 the event returned with the objective to engage a greater cross-section of individuals and businesses that are in support of the Junior League of Bronxville’s vision of Stamping Out Hunger in Southern Westchester.
The newest addition was Trails at Twilight, which was held on Thursday, May 5, 2016, at the Bronxville Field Club with more than 150 attendees. The cocktail party included a fashion show, orchestrated by Junior League of Bronxville member and Fashion Show Captain, Olivia Huvane.
The show was followed by a shopping boutique that highlighted spring looks from over fifteen Bronxville businesses. This was the largest engagement of local businesses by Trails.
The two-day extravaganza continued with Trails To Treasures on Friday, May 6, at the Bronxville Women’s Club. Despite the torrential rain, over 150 attendees shopped from a curated collection of vendors and were then able to board a trolley, which took them to five Bronxville homes for an exclusive tour of some of the town’s most beautiful estates. Guests were also treated to tastings from a variety of vendors, which included True Cocktails, Xocolatti, Hi Rise Hive and local businesses Dobbs, Bishop Fine Cheese, James Grace Pizzelles and recent newcomer to Bronxville, Stillmeadow Gourmet.
“The Junior League of Bronxville is very fortunate to be part of a community - from individuals, to businesses, to other nonprofits - that comes together for the greater good of those that are in need."said Sheridan Denfeld, president of the Junior League of Bronxville. "This is why we are honored to continue the work of the organization started back in 1948 and pursue our vision of alleviating hunger and improving nutrition across our service areas of Bronxville, Eastchester, Mount Vernon, Tuckahoe and Yonkers,” .
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