• Set 2 Celebrate

Set to Celebrate Welcomes Celebrity Designer

America’s top lifestyle expert, Mar Jennings will be adding his flair to the Connecticut Valley Garden Club’s 9th annual Set to Celebrate (S2C), November 15-16 at the Town and County Club, Hartford. Mar will be on hand both days to mingle with the crowd and share his favorite design secrets.

This year’s event benefits Healing Meals Community Project, delivering over 40,000 locally sourced, organic meals to families dealing with serious illness. S2C is the Connecticut Valley Garden Club’s major annual fundraiser and showcases tablescapes by Hartford-area decorators, florists and other creatives - to name a few:

• Bill Cusano - Devars - Phillips Florist & Antiques

• Martha Fanelli - The Gilded Garden

• Sheryl Green – Lux, Bond & Green

• Robin Jones - Robin Jones Designs

• Sandy Lamos - A Special Place Floral Studio

• Nancy Mather - University of Hartford President’s College

• Kevin McNamara - KPM Arts & Antiques

• Laurie Nilsen - John Boyle Decorating Centers

• Anna Swinboune - Hill-Stead Museum

• Sharene Wassell - SRW Designs

Come get inspired for holiday entertaining and everyday dining.

Info and Tickets: www.set2celebrate.net

Preview Party: $75 | Thursday, November 14, 2019 | 6-8 pm

Mingle with the designers. Enjoy live music, cocktail and buffet dinner

S2C Main Event: $25 online | $30 at door | Friday, November 15 and Saturday, November 16

10 am - 5 pm | Town and County Club, 22 Woodland St., Hartford

Tabletop Treasures Sale: eclectic mix of dinnerware, accessories, crystal, linens

Boutique: delicious chocolates, organic soaps, teas and other hostess gifts

2 Raffle Tables: $20 per ticket

Celebration de l’artiste: dinner setting for 8 created by Jennifer Moreau Designs

One Starry Night: buffet setting for 12 by National Designer Cindy Montgomery


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