Mrs. Claus’s Closet—the popular holiday tradition of fine quality crafts kicks off it’s 44th annual event with a special wine and cheese “Ladies Night Out” A Peek in the Closet preview party to benefit the good works of The Kidney Foundation of Ohio on Tuesday, November 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. The festive craft show then opens for the general public on Wednesday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The event will be held at a new location this year—LaCentre Banquet and Conference Center at 25777 Detroit Road in Westlake. Featuring over 70 specially selected craft exhibits, Mrs. Claus’ Closet is a great place to start your Christmas shopping if you’re looking for unique handmade gifts and holiday décor. While shopping you can take a break and enjoy some delicious food prepared by LaCentre chefs.
Mrs. Claus’ Closet has two unique connections to The Kidney Foundation, the beneficiary of proceeds from A Peek in the Closet. Jack Burke, the husband of original Mrs. Claus’ Closet founder, Judy Burke has long been a board member for KFO. He has been active with local fundraising and support of the Foundation. In addition, the sister-in-law of current Mrs. Claus’ Closet owner, Linda Loveless, is a kidney transplant survivor and is actively involved with supporting the group’s mission and outreach. So A Peek in the Closet will certainly be a special night for many reasons.
The Kidney Foundation of Ohio provides a broad program of direct assistance to persons with kidney disease and promotes and provides education programs for the general public, renal professionals and patients and their families. KFO will be the beneficiary of funds raised at the popular Mrs. Claus’ Closet’s “A Peek in the Closet.” The preview wine and cheese event takes place Tuesday, November 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. at LaCentre Banquet and Conference Center on Detroit Road. “A Peek in the Closet” each year raises funds to help local charities. Over the years the event has raised over $100,000 for local projects.
Tickets to “A Peek in the Closet” are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. To reserve a ticket, go to www.apeekinthecloset.com
For more information about Mrs. Claus’ Closet visit www.mrsclauscloset.com