13th Annual Junior League Holiday Shoppes

junior-league13th Annual Junior League Holiday Shoppes 
November 7 to November 9 2008
Hours: Friday 10:00am-7:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm,

Sunday 12:00-5:00pm
Description: Please join the Junior League of Syracuse for a unique holiday shopping experience. Enjoy distinctive gifts, gourmet foods, designer clothing and many one-of-a-kind items offered by 150 merchants – while helping to support community projects and training programs of the Junior League. 
Website: www.jlsyracuse.com
Price: Adults $6.00 ($4.00 presale available at Price Chopper), weekend passes $10.00 and are sold only at the door, under 10 free
Building: Horticulture Building 
Phone:  315-423-9773

The Junior League of Syracuse (JLS) is one of 293 leagues in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom, with a total membership of over 170,000 women. This collective group is a powerful force for change. Since our founding in 1920, the JLS has been creating significant change in the Central New York Community. Our organization has become a recognized leader for developing and supporting projects that provide meaningful programs for women, children and families.

The power of the JLS is fueled by the desire of our volunteers to positively impact our community. Throughout our history, our members have amassed hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours and contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to organizations that have relied on the Junior League of Syracuse for support during their inception, ongoing maintenance of programs and in difficult times. The JLS’s training opportunities, both formal and experiential, help members develop skills that often lead to endeavors which extend beyond our organization’s bounds. It is, indeed, difficult to find an organization in the Syracuse area that has not benefited from the involvement of a JLS member.

We hope you will spend a few minutes browsing this site to acquaint yourself with the many new and ongoing projects of the JLS. These projects, coordinated by our more than 350 community-conscience members, play a significant role in enhancing the quality of life for women, children and families in CNY.