Sunday May 3rd 2015
64th Annual Home Tour in Altadena
On Sunday, May 3rd, we will once again explore the magnificent homes and gardens residing within the original Sphinx Ranch of northeastern Altadena. Nestled around the Midlothian and Glenview Terrace intersection, these homes and gardens will delight you with their beauty and versatility. Other features on the tour will include...
- Classic hot rod car show
- Fresh, homemade items for sale at the Bakery
- Refreshments, both food and beverage, at the renowned Altadini Bar
- “One Wonderful Thing” venue with quality, gently-used items for sale
- An Opportunity Drawing to win a beautiful tour-inspired quilt
- Plein Air Market with outside vendors to tantalize you with their wares
- Art Gallery showing original art by Linda Salinas, Guild member and creator of this year’s artwork featured on the invitations and program
- Complimentary beverage and biscotti at the Tea Garden
- Live entertainment at various locations
We invite you to be part of our 64th annual Home Tour by purchasing a ticket, purchasing an ad for the program, purchasing opportunity ticket(s) for the Quilt, and/or becoming a patron. Your monetary support contributes to our goal of donating to the Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Huntington Hospital’s Constance G. Zahorik Appearance Center, and the Altadena Guild Community Service Scholarship, given to a deserving employee of the hospital.
So come and enjoy a little taste of Italy. We’ll be there between 10 AM and 4 PM, enjoying the day, sipping a cappuccino, and listening to the music of our strolling accordionist. We sincerely hope you will join us.
Judy Bolenbaugh, Marie Darr, Julie Manning, Bobbie Miller
Home Tour 2015 Co-chairs
To download the flyer, click HERE
$6000 presented to HMH Constance G Zahorik Appearance Center
At the Altadena Guild's October General Meeting, the 2014 Home Tour Chairs (Pat Bruce, Judy Armstrong and Paula Orlandini) presented Yo Zeiman from the Huntington Memorial Hospital's Appearance Center with a check for $6000. Along with HMRI, the Center is supported by the Guild for their work helping patients with their appearance, following illness and treatments associated with cancer and other conditions.
Yo thanked the Guild for their donation to her important work.
Altadena Guild Welcomes Eleven New Members
Sponsors introduce their new provisionals at October General Meeting
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.