On Sunday, November 3, 2013 La Jolla Woman’s Club hosted and participated in Open Doors La Jolla, A Tour of the Cultural Zone. From 11:30AM-2PM, several hundred visitors joined us for a tour of the club, and to meet architect Jeffrey Shorn and Historian and Ellen Browning Scripps Biographer, Dr. Molly McClain. Named the LA Times Deal of the Day, visitors to our cultural institutions enjoyed learning more about philanthropist/newspaperwoman Ellen Browning Scripps and modern architect, Irving Gill’s long-lasting effect on our community.
On Thursday, September 19, 2013 La Jolla Woman’s Club, with the La Jolla Town Council, hosted the Sunsetter’s event. Welcoming Goodwill to the local community, guests enjoyed a fashion show of new and vintage fashions as presented by members of our local community, including LJWC’s own Kay Rose and Sally Fuller. Following cocktails on the ocean view terrace, guests ventured indoors to enjoy the celebrity fashion show.
On Sunday, March 25, 28 wedding professionals gathered at La Jolla Woman’s Club to host couples interested in learning about planning their wedding. Upon arrival, guests were greeted with a view of 3 ceremony sites decorated by Artquest Flowers and SweetPea Flowers and Caprice Strings performing on the veranda. Hartworks provided floral displays at the entrance and in the ladies lounge. Caterers who participated with complimentary food stations included Giuseppe Catering, Continental Catering, TK&A Custom Catering, Festivities Catering, Culinary Concepts, Personal Touch Dining, Artquest Catering, and French Gourmet. The veranda was anchored by BarWorks Catering with a full bar and Giuseppe Catering with special food tastings. As they entered the main ballroom, guests were treated to the site of a fabulous array of cupcakes and desserts by Sweet Cheeks Baking Company, vendors in the ballroom included AS Photography, TK&A Custom Catering, Culinary Concepts, Personal Touch Dining, Festivities catering, La Jolla Woman’s Club table with a display by Third Bloom, and tablescapes designed by Artquest Flowers and SweetPea Flowers, Pink Star Design showcased a table of invitations. On stage, providing entertainment, was DJ, Jerry Beck, of Beck’s Entertainment. Bridal Bar and True Photography anchored the South parlor along with Continental Catering. The North Parlor included complimentary wedding budget consultations by Sharon Cole of A Dream Wedding by Sharon, ABM Wedding Photography, Artquest Catering and Candy Girls table of treats. Uplighting and custom linens throughout the venue were provided by San Diego Events Lighting and A Perfect Table custom linens. On the North Terrace, French Gourmet hosted a wonderful selection of desserts and cakes, while Blake from R-3 Entertainment played background guitar.2-26-2012
On March 8, following a lecture with Shane Connolly, floral designer of the Royal Wedding, members of the Village Garden Club of La Jolla gathered at the club for afternoon tea. 250 guests enjoyed networking, afternoon tea, and shopping for special items in the garden club boutique. 3-8-12
90 members of San Diego’s Chapter of MPI (Meeting Planners International) gathered to hear competitive performance expert, Deborah Gardner, speak on the topic “Naked Negotiating” Who Has The Power Within Today’s Hospitality Profession? This educational program was designed for those who analyze and participate in challenging business negotiations. Following the program, guests gathered on the oceanview terrace to enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres sponsored by Bar Works and Wild Thyme Catering. It was a beautiful and warm evening, with guests lingering outdoors until 8PM 2-10-12
It was a pleasure to work with former Navy Seal and Wealth Managment Advisor, Patrick Berry. Patrick wanted to host former Navy Seal, Chris Kyle and his wife Taya at a special reception honoring the launch of Chris’ new bestselling book “American Sniper”. The evening began with a reception on the veranda and South garden at La Jolla Woman’s Club with invited guests mingling with Chris, Taya and co-author, Scott McEwen. Guests then moved inside to hear comments from host; Patrick Berry. Co-author Scott McEwen, Chris Kyle and Taya were all seated onstage and spoke about how the idea for the book was conceived, and what was involved in receiving approval from all branches of the government before publication was authorized. Chris, who is known as “The Legend” then spoke about his experiences as a sniper during his four tours of duty in Iraq. The evening concluded with Chris and Taya signing books and posing for photos with the guests.
Thanks to Warwick’s La Jolla for providing the books – Festivities Catering for the food, and BarWorks for bar service. Special thanks go to Diaggeo for providing Chris favorite drink: Jack Daniel’s. 1-15-12