Invitation brunch in Scottsdale sets tone for Holiday Prelude XXIX

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Table hostesses and the Holiday Prelude XXIX committee gathered recently for an elegant brunch on the patio at Arcadia Farms in Scottsdale. The beautiful invitations were presented at the gathering.

Robert Black models strolled the party in vintage dresses, just a peek of things to come. Chairman Caroline Harbeck Farkas, along with committee members Pat MacGillivary, Marilyn Berry, Janet Wilson and Margaret Spence, welcomed guests.

Holiday Prelude XXIX Luncheon and Fashion Show will be held at Dec. 5 at The Phoenician Resort. The annual event benefits Phoenix Art Museum League, Phoenix Theatre Guild and Phoenix Youth Symphony.

Marilyn Berry, President Phoenix Theatre Guild; Caroline Harbeck Farkas, Chairman Holiday Prelude; Janet Wilson, President Phoenix Youth Symphony; Margaret Spence, co-President, Phoenix Art Museum League.

Marilyn Berry, President Phoenix Theatre Guild; Caroline Harbeck Farkas, Chairman Holiday Prelude; Janet Wilson, President Phoenix Youth Symphony; Margaret Spence, co-President, Phoenix Art Museum League.

Guests will enjoy boutique shopping, raffle prizes, holiday luncheon, and elegant fashion show. This year’s theme is “Fashion Through the Ages, Then & Now,” featuring Fashion By Robert Black, a vintage boutique, and fashion-tech designer Galina Mihaleva will present her 2015 spring collection Text-iles Landscapes.

Guests can reserve a Runway Seat for $120, Preferred Seat $100, Regular Seat $90 or may reserve a table.

For information and ticket purchase, contact Reservations Chair Dana Faris at 602-647-0781, or by emailing jcfaris@cox.net.

 

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