Carmel Valley Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary to host ‘Spring Boutique 2012’ March 6 at CRUSH

Shop, sip and support Rady Children’s Hospital’s Discovery Pediatric Research Program at North County’s newest restaurant and wine lounge.  CRUSH, 437 Highway 101 in Solana Beach, is the place to shop and be seen on Tuesday, March 6, from 5-8 p.m.

Hosted by Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary Carmel Valley Unit, “Spring Boutique 2012” is open to the public. Admission is free but cocktails are not.  Shoppers can take advantage of CRUSH’s “no host” happy hour.

The vendors, which include Sophia and Chloe, Head over Heels, Peace and Love, Fashion Edge, and Premier Designs Jewelry, will donate a portion of all sales to help underwrite the Auxiliary Unit’s upcoming “Sounds of Hope for Children” event, benefitting Rady Children’s Hospital’s Discovery Pediatric Research Program.  This is sure to be a fun and unique shopping experience — not to be missed.

The Hospital Auxiliary’s Carmel Valley Unit has raised nearly $4 million dollars for Rady Children’s Hospital from the seven “Sounds of Hope for Children” events it has hosted. This year’s eighth “Sounds of Hope” concert, titled “In the Name of Love,” will be held Saturday, April 28, at THE LOFT at UCSD in La Jolla and will feature the music of U2 performed by The Joshua Tree Band.

For more information on “Spring Boutique 2012” or to buy tickets to “Sounds of Hope for Children,” please visit www.chacv.org or email CVchairs@gmail.com.

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  3. Del Mar Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary to hold fundraiser at En Fuego Cantina
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  5. Rady auxiliary unit holds fundraising event

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