Chili & Jewelry Sale Is Bigger and Better than Ever

St. Ann Center is the hot spot for shopping this weekend during the Warm Your Heart Chili and Jewelry Sale, Saturday, March 10, at the center’s Stein Campus, 2801 E. Morgan Ave. Open 9 a.m.-1 p.m., this special sale will feature chili from 20 popular Milwaukee restaurants, a dazzling collection of jewelry, and a market filled with gifts and produce.

Chili choices range from mild, spicy and five-alarm to black bean, chicken and vegetarian, served with all the fixings. There’ll be a selection of home-cooked classics, too, made by friends of St. Ann Center. Chili will be sold in flights, so you can sample several types, or you can warm up with a bowl of your favorite.

You can restock your jewelry box at a spectacular sale featuring hundreds of pieces of vintage, retro and heirloom jewelry—from rings, necklaces and bracelets to pins, earrings and watches. Costume jewelry is regularly donated to St. Ann Center by local churches, schools and individuals. Volunteers sort through it and clean, repair, card and price each eye-catching piece.

Jewelry fans will also find tasteful creations designed and handcrafted by Sr. Edna Lonergan, St. Ann Center founder and president. Sr. Edna began making jewelry years ago as a pastime and a way to supplement funding for the children, elderly and adults with disabilities served by St. Ann Center.

The center’s spacious atrium will be filled with upwards of 30 vendors offering locally grown produce, natural soaps and lotions, handcrafts, home decor, gourmet food, themed gift baskets and more. There’ll be live music by the Nonprofits from 10 a.m. to noon. And free chair massages will help you relax.

Restaurants donating chili include: Amaranth Bakery & Cafe, Amelia’s, The Backyard, The Bartolotta Restaurants, Beans & Barley, Cafe Centraal, Cafe Corazon-Bay View, Cudahy Burger Joint, C-viche, Honeypie Cafe/Palomino Bar, LuLu Cafe & Bar, On The Bayou, Out & Out, Outpost Natural Foods Co-op-Bay View, Pier 106 Seafood Tavern, Real Chili Downtown Late Nights, St. Francis Brewery, The Saucy Swine at Redbar, The Soup Market-Bay View, The Tandem and Triskele’s.

Vendors include: Annabelle’s Holistic Health, AVON Products, Barb’s Crafts, Carol Pierce Independent Mary Kay Beauty Consultant, Collette Suminski, Color Street nail polish strips, Connie’s This & That, Country Music Tours USA, Dwelling Place Corp., Evelynn’s Boutique, Gentle Hands Healing, Grandma Marianne’s “Dolly Wardrobe,” GyreToys, Happy Bee Distributors, Jose Acevedo, Linda Meyer Independent Consultant for The Pampered Chef, Lopez Bakery and Restaurant, LuLaRoe, Mary’s Crafts, Maureen Szymanski’s Fleece Pillows, Pheasant Run, Rüegsegger Farms, Sr. Diane Oman’s jewelry and scarves, Sisters of St Francis of Assisi Associates, Simple Beauty (wood restoration), Stitch Bewitchery, Sweet Aniese Catering, Sweet Delight Kettle Corn, Tudo Sabor Brasil and Tupperware/L’Brie/Quilts.

All proceeds from the jewelry and chili sale go to support the care of children and adults of all ages and abilities at St. Ann Center. For more information, call 414-977-5009, or visit stanncenter.org.


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This entry was posted in Events, Press Releases, Stein Campus by Sharon Selz.

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