THE ALLURE OF ALTADENA
Thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers!
LOCATION IN THE HISTORIC COUNTRY CLUB PARK NEIGHBORHOOD.
On Sunday, May5, 2013 the Altadena Guild Home Tour featured four Spanish Colonial and Monterrey style homes located in the historic Country Club Park neighborhood. Built at the height of the Depression, each of the homes contained unique architectural details that gave the residences their individual character. All four homes were located on large lots surrounded by lush gardens with sweeping views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
On the day of the home tour, guests enjoyed a leisurely stroll down beautiful Midlothian Avenue as musicians play throughout the day. The Altadini Bar was offering our famous Altadinis, Mimosas, a selection of red and white wines, imported beers, ice tea, assorted sodas, Perrier and bottled water. Guest were also able to spend time browsing a variety of antique and craft booths for unique clothing, hats, gifts and accessories. Plus, delectable homemade cakes, cookies, and freshly prepared jam were available for purchase at The Bakery.
Guests visited The Tea Garden for their complimentary dessert and beverage. They sat and enjoyed the beautiful outdoors while listening to live music. Although the interior of this lovely home was not included on this year's tour, the house was designed by the architectural firm of Marsden and Maybury in 1930 and is known for its lovely gardens.
Thank you to our local sponsors who sold this year's Home Tour tickets,Webster’s Fine Stationary Store (2450 North Lake Avenue in Altadena) and at the Huntington Hospital Gift Shop (100 W. California Blvd. in Pasadena).
2nd ANNUAL FALL FASHION SHOW at Macy's
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Our Fall Fashion Show presented by The Altadena Guild of HMH and Macy's South Lake was a great success thanks to your support of this event.
Our guests enjoyed a fabulous afternoon of fashion, food, beverages, personal stylists and drawings for incredible gifts. Guests also received special discounts, offered only at fundraising events, on merchandise purchased at Macy's.
The Fall Fashion Show at Macy's directly benefited Huntington Medical Research Institutes (HMRI) and the Constance G. Zahorik Appearance Center of Huntington Memorial Hospital.
Since its founding in 1952, the scientists and physicians of Huntington Medical Research Institutes (HMRI) have helped improve medical and surgical diagnosis and treatment. HMRI is proud to have had the support of the Altadena Guild since its inception. HMRI is also proud of its affiliation with Huntington Hospital and its role in helping attract and retain some of the leaders of its medical staff and medical education program. Working together, HMRI, the Altadena Guild and the Hospital not only enhance the care available in our community, but foster innovation, discoveries and education that add quality years to the lives of people around the world. To learn more about HMRI, click here.