March 2, 2024
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Partners In Care Jewelry Extravaganza

The Partners In Care Boutique will hold its highly-anticipated annual Jewelry Extravaganza on Friday, March 23rd from 11:00am to 7:00pm at the Severna Park Community Center at 623 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, Severna Park. The event and parking are free and open to the public.

The Jewelry Extravaganza features treasures from Partners In Care’s own “collection” in addition to the offerings of more than a dozen area artisans and vendors. Premium gold, silver, fashion and estate jewelry is collected all year, then cleaned, repaired, and appraised for this event. In addition to traditional designs, one-of-a-kind pieces in a variety of styles will be showcased with jewelry selections to suit every taste and budget.

Items remaining from Friday’s show and sale will be available on Saturday, March 24th from 10:00am–4:00pm at the Boutique, 6 South Ritchie Highway, Pasadena, at the corner of East-West Boulevard.  The Boutique is stocked with clothing for men, ladies and children, accessories, books, toys, housewares, art, lamps and furniture. For more information, contact event manager Kate Reed at 410-384-9721.

If you have jewelry you no longer wear or need, consider donating it to Partners In Care. Your tax-deductible gift will support programs to help build a community network of care around older adults.

The Jewelry Extravaganza benefits Partners In Care Maryland (PIC), a 501(c)3 community nonprofit helping older adults remain independent in their own homes. PIC operates an innovative time-exchange program in which anyone who helps out will get help back from the community when they need it. Services include non-medical, neighborly tasks such as rides to doctors and grocery stores, handyman repairs to maintain homes, advocacy for economic well being, safety, emergency preparedness, socialization programs, Lifeline personal emergency response system, and the Upscale, Resale Boutique. Donations are tax-deductible per IRS and State of MD regulations.

For more information, contact Anne Myers at 410-544-4800 or visit

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