P.E.O. Gallerie of Shoppes: "where shopping makes women smarter"
Saturday, November 5th
Lambeau Field Atrium
Open to the Public
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Admission: $5.00.....Free parking....Tickets available at the door, No strollers please.
21 Fine Specialty shops and artists (see below) are selling various products. There will also an opportunity to have a picture taken with Lambeau Field as the backdrop. Prices for pictures vary. Proceeds of the event are used to provide P.E.O. educational scholarships for women in Brown County (i.e., NWTC, Bellin College of Nursing, Martin School of Hair Design, St. Norbert, UWGB).
PEO Pantry - Homemade bakery & gourmet specialty foods
Bea's Ho-Made Products, Ltd, Ellison Bay, WI - Jams, pickles, relishes, gift boxes
Boudoir, Egg Harbor, WI - Loungewear, sleepwear, lingerie, sachets
The Brick Alley, Sturgeon Bay, WI - Festive gifts & holiday items for your home
Buttons & Bows, Greenfield, WI - Signature collection of children's clothing & accessories
Child's Play, Sturgeon Bay, WI - Clothing for babies & pre-teens toys, books & games
Cornucopia, Sturgeon Bay, WI - Everything for the kitchen
Daiseye, Princeton, WI - Eco-conscious gifts for the home
Dancing Bear, Sturgeon Bay, WI - MA Hadley Pottery, children's books & toys
Door County Gourmet, Sturgeon Bay, WI - Specialty foods
The Feminine Touch, Waupaca, WI - Exclusive jackets, sweaters, jewelry & accessories
Hamilton's, Berlin, WI - Ladies' fine apparel & accessories
Kristmas Kringle Shoppe, Ltd, Fond du Lac, WI - Unique holiday items
Ladies' Choice Boutique, Oconto, WI - Updated apparel, jackets, jewelry & handbags
LaruEss Cosmetics, Minneapolis, MN - Boutique mineral cosmetics, makeovers & color matching
Motherlode, Ltd., Cedarburg, WI - Sterling jewelry, belts & jackets
Needles and Fred, Berlin, WI - Embroidered linens, etched glassware, Christmas decor
Viva la Cabin, Sister Bay, WI - Home accessories, gifts & stationery
Wilkins and Olander, Sturgeon Bay, WI - Ladies apparel, accessories
One of the pioneer societies for women, the Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) was founded on January 21, 1869, by seven young college women. Today, P.E.O. has grown from that tiny membership of seven to over a quarter of a million members in chapters in the United States and Canada. From its inception, the P.E.O. Sisterhood has taken an active role in the promotion of educational opportunities for women.