Maxwell, California (PRWEB) March 24, 2014
April 27th shoppers will descend on Christmas in Maxwell to sample gourmet foods and enjoy food demonstrations. Guests can watch demonstrations of bread baking in the BBQ using the Emile Henry bread cloche. They can also watch pie making in the Chef’s Choice pie maker and learn different things you can make with the Cuisinart waffle maker. A silent auction and raffle tickets will give shoppers the opportunity to win gourmet cooking items and raise funds for Operation Warm Heart and Tri-County Blue Star Moms. Many of the loyal client base will drive over two hours to enjoy a delicious lunch beginning at 11 a.m. for only $20. Seating is limited and reservations must be made by April 20th. Call 530-438-2971 to secure your seat.
“The caregivers are the forgotten ones. At this event we will be honoring several caregivers who have helped our wounded warriors. This is our opportunity to thank them for their assistance they have provided,” said Christmas in Maxwell owner Lindia Daugherty. “A portion of the proceeds of the sales from the store will go to Operation Warm Heart and Tri-County Blue Star Moms, in addition to all of the silent auction and raffle proceeds.”
Located in the heart of the Sacramento Valley in Colusa County in a little town named Maxwell, Daugherty and her family have lived in the community for over five generations. Since 1990 Christmas in Maxwell has offered gourmet cooks and those who love to decorate for Christmas a place to experience a multi-sensory shopping delight. Daugherty is a serial entrepreneur owning the adjoining business known as Creative Looks which she has owned for over 30 years. You can visit http://www.ChristmasinMaxwell.com to see many of the Christmas decorations and gourmet kitchen items. A newsletter is available featuring gourmet recipes.