Holiday treasures at Butterfield Cottage

Some of the holiday treasures created by PEO members and available for sale November 17, at Seaside's Historic Butterfield Cottage surround Gayle Spear and Maria Hartill, PEO members of Chapter FB of Cannon Beach.

The historic Seaside Butterfield Cottage is the venue for the second annual Holiday Treasures Boutique presented by PEO Cannon Beach Chapter FB on Thursday, Nov. 17, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A wide variety of unique handcrafted items, kitchen delights, and holiday décor, are offered in a traditional home-for-the-holidays setting.

Members have been working on beautiful items not found locally, as well as one-of-a kind gifts for children and adults. The sale will also feature articles deemed “treasures,”members’ donated jewelry and a children’s corner, full of handmade gifts including crafted pillows, needlework, quilting, knit-wear and more. A selection of seasonal arrangements and wreaths, and fresh magnolia leaves will be available for creative holiday décor.

Proceeds benefit educational support for women either continuing their education after high school graduation or returning to school after a break in their educational pursuits.

The Cannon Beach Chapter currently sponsors two local women through scholarships or low interest educational loans: Alanna Kieffer, a junior at OSU majoring in Biology and Marine Sciences and Raedetta Castle, Manager of the Seaside Head Start Program who is pursuing her MBA at Marylhurst University.

Butterfield Cottage is located next to the Seaside Museum at 570 Necanicum Drive. Ample parking is available.


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