Members of the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club will host their 29th annual home tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 16.
This year’s tour is presented by Coldwell Banker realtor Michael Edlen, and tickets with a map will be available at the Clubhouse, 901 Haverford. A free shuttle service will operate between the homes.
Proceeds are used to fund grants requested by local nonprofit groups such as Movies in the Park, Girl Scouts and local schools.
Before or after viewing the exquisitely decorated homes located in four Pacific Palisades neighborhoods, residents are urged to shop at the holiday marketplace, inside the clubhouse. In addition to a large selection of vendors, food will be available.
A wine garden, located in the clubhouse courtyard, will debut this year. Donelan Family Wines, a boutique winery in Sonoma County, will supply the wine, which will be available by the glass. Local musicians will provide music throughout the day.
The boutique is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and admission is free.
On Saturday, Nov. 15, local merchants will participate in a “give-back” donation day by giving back 20 percent of purchases. These businesses include Boca, Boca Man, Collections, Denton Jewelers, Flash, Gift Garden Antiques, Jamie Geller Jewelers, Shole Eyewear, Special Moments, The Cottage, Toy Zoo and Vivian’s Boutique.
Home tour tickets purchased up to Nov. 15 are $55 ($65 at the door). Visit online theppwc.org or send a check to PPWC, P.O. Box 282, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272. All sales are final and the tour will proceed rain or shine.