Mommy’s First Drink Gift Tray
Mommy’s First Drink Gift Tray was created to highlight Women’s History Month, and all mommy’s everywhere. This tray contains Mommy’s Time out Red blend & Pinot Grigio, crackers, cheese, and chocolate
Don’t Forget To Engrave The Bottle!
Engrave the bottle to make it even more unique. An employee of the concierge prepares a printed stencil using your phrase, image, or brand. Then, tape is used to demarcate any locations that won’t be engraved. The team member then uses high pressure to blast sand onto the stencil. Overall, this results in an engraving that is deeply engraved onto the bottle! Sandblasting won’t chip and is suitable for dishwashers.
Celebrating Women Everywhere
Women’s History Month in the United States dates back to the inaugural International Women’s Day in 1911. The Sonoma, California, school district participated in Women’s History Week in 1978, an occasion planned to coincide with the week of March 8 (International Women’s Day). From July 13 to July 29, 1979, Sarah Lawrence College hosted a fifteen-day conference on women’s history under the direction of author Gerda Lerner. The Smithsonian Institution, the Women’s Action Alliance, and Sarah Lawrence College all contributed to its co-sponsorship. When its participants learned about the popularity of the Women’s History Week event in Sonoma County, they made the decision to start similar celebrations in their own businesses, neighborhoods, and educational institutions. Additionally, they agreed to back an initiative to establish a National Women’s history week.
Did you know?
Tony Elliott, who founded the Time Out worldwide publishing business with a capital investment of £70 and a straightforward premise — tell people where they can see the proper movie or band, or find a haircut or a falafel — in his mother’s London kitchen in 1968, passed away on July 16 in London. He was 73.
His wife Jane Elliott confirmed that lung cancer was to blame.