It may be months away, but members of the Lakewood Ranch Women’s Club already are gearing up for its fall Bazaar, Boutique and Luncheon to be held in October.
The group’s planning committee has sought out new exhibitors that include local art galleries and artisan shops. Sale items include decoupage platters and even shoes, to supplement longtime vendors.
The event will be held Oct. 24, and benefits Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy, SOLVE Maternity Home, Meals on Wheels Plus and HOPE Family Services.
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