The Bellevue chapter of BPW will be hosting a Christmas Bazaar on December 7, 2011 from 11:15 am to 1pm at The Harbor Club in downtown Bellevue.

Let’s welcome the holidays and spend an afternoon getting to know other professional women in Bellevue while doing some holiday shopping and supporting Eastside businesses.  We will have lots of door prizes!  Come share the fun.

A variety of fabulous Eastside businesses will showcase their products or services while we mix and mingle at our monthly networking luncheon.

Through November 28th, vendor tables are $49 for members and $79 for non-members.  Price includes lunch and a contribution toward BPW/WA Scholarship fund to help a disadvantaged woman advance her career. After November 28th, prices are $75 for members and $125 for non-members.

When: Wednesday, December 7th, 11:15 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Where: Harbor Club

777 – 108th Ave. NE in Bellevue, Washington

What to Bring:   We want to help Sophia Way, the only staffed shelter for homeless single women in East King County, gather twin size blankets (not wool, needs to be washable).  Please bring new or slightly used blankets or donate your changes so we can purchase new ones to help Sophia Way assist women in transition.

Please email for details.

Cost: Members:  $25      Guests:  $30    if pre-register by December 1st

Members:  $30      Guests:  $35     at the door

  Contact:  Estrella Chan, president,

About BPW

Founded in 1919, Business and Professional Women (BPW) promotes equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. With 1,500 local chapters nationwide and members in every congressional district, BPW is the leading advocate for millions of working women on work-life balance and workplace equity issues.  We provide members with professional development programs, networking, participation in grassroots activism, opportunities to support scholarships for disadvantaged women and ways to support our community.  BPW is one of the first women’s organizations to endorse the Equal Rights Amendment in 1937.  BPW has been a successful leader in promoting and supporting legislation affecting working women ever since. In 1956, BPW members established the BPW Foundation to promote equity for working women nationwide through education, information and research, while providing financial assistance for women seeking to further their education to advance their careers or re-enter the workforce.  For more information on Bellevue BPW.

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