PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Plainfield Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is offering a unique, private shopping experience for the holidays with its second annual Holiday Boutique, a day of fabulous fashion, friends and fun to benefit the symphony.

Join the fun at the 2nd Annual Holiday Boutique hosted by Muriel Cagney in her home at 5 Jenna Lane, Edison, New Jersey on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Turn the shopping to-do list into a day of one-stop shopping while chatting with friends over a glass of wine and supporting the PSO. Admission to the boutique is free, with twenty percent of the proceeds going to the symphony.

Peter Lomonaco, President of the PSO Board of Directors, says, “The response to PSO’s Carriage House Boutique at last year’s Homes for the Holiday House Tour was overwhelmingly positive.  Even though the Holiday House Tour happens every two years, we hope to host the Holiday Boutique annually.  With the help of Muriel Cagney, who participated in last year’s Carriage House Boutique, we can offer this unique shopping experience to friends of PSO.”

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No registration is required for the Boutique.  Bring a friend and stop by for a glass of wine and a tasty treat, then get ready to shop!  Muriel has women’s clothing that’s found at exclusive NYC boutiques, accessories, and home décor.  Whether you’re dressing for a high-profile work event or a holiday party, shoppers will find something stunning in Muriel’s exquisite home.

“This boutique is in the tradition of PSO’s concert after parties, which are legendary for their hospitality and style offered in a lovely home,” said Lomonaco.  “Shopping at the Holiday Boutique will offer the same experience with the opportunity to support PSO.”

As New Jersey’s oldest community symphony and the third oldest continuously operating community symphony in the United States, the Plainfield Symphony Orchestra represents the highest standard in musical excellence in programs designed to educate and uplift local audiences. Funding for PSO has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.