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    Tomorrow and Saturday several of Louisville's best boutiques and artisans are coming together at Whitehall House & Gardens (3110 Lexington Road) to present a holiday shopping extravaganza. 15% of all vendor proceeds will benefit Whitehall so bring your holiday gift list.

    Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served while you browse the wreathes, pottery, jewelry, body products, and much more! The best part of this event is that all of the weekend's raffle proceeds will benefit Kosair Children's Hospital through the Children's Hospital Foundation in memory of Charles W. Grant.

    The shopping begins on Friday, November 4th from 4p.m. to 8p.m. and on Saturday, November 5th from 10a.m. to 3p.m. The vendors include:

    *Whitehall Wreaths

    *Pillows by Donna Lou

    *Moss Hill Bath & Body Collection

    *W*M Jewelry

    *Whimsy Gifts & Paper

    *For Pete's Sake Pottery

    *Mod Tod

    *Posh Ponytails

    *Fou-Fou Fazoo

    *Head Candi

    *Joseph's Salon & Spa

    *Urban Farmhouse Market

    Please call Caroline Knop with any questions: 502-721-8636.

    Images courtesy of Caroline Knop

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    About Elise Jenkins

    I'm a shopping addict on a budget who loves everything from one-of-a-kind boutique finds to the clearance sales at Macy's. I celebrate the small things in life, like $8 Gap jeans, the perfect V-neck tee at Target, and Zappos outlet sales. My passions include ridiculously high heeled shoes, celebrity gossip, chocolate, fashion photography, coffee, Muse, gin, and my amazingly patient boyfriend and his vivacious 4 year old who isn't afraid to tell me when my shirts are "soooo ugly!" I write a style blog called "" which is a reflection of my love for all things fashion.

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