Wednesday, August 20, 2014

A SWEET TREAT FOR THE JEWELRY INDUSTRY

Are you in the jewelry industry?  If so, I encourage you to save the date for the Women's Jewelry Association annual Jewelry Night Out on September 18th at Modern Pastry in the historic North End of Boston, Massachusetts. If you live outside of the Boston area there are 15 chapters sprinkled throughout the United States for you to join and become a member!



15 Chapters in 15 Cities will celebrate and unite on the same evening.  
That's a pretty big deal.

This is not only exciting to me since I was invited to sit on the board of the newly formed Boston Chapter (an Affiliate of the New England Chapter) but this is where the Women's Jewelry Association originated!  Over thirty years ago, a few ambitious women got together in a basement and formed an amazing association to network, collaborate and support each other within the male dominated jewelry industry.  How fabulous.  Now it's back - in Boston!  

You can be apart of this too!  On this one evening only, and only by attending a Jewelry Night Out in person (otherwise known in the industry as JNO) you will save generously on your new or renewing membership PLUS get to mingle with other industry professionals at exclusive WJA events.  So, I'll see you there?

I know, I did mention we will be partying it up at Modern Underground which is located downstairs from the Boston's sweet North End landmark that is Modern Pasty, but unfortunately this event is not open to the general public.  You can, at any time, visit Modern pastry for an exquisite array of deliciousness on your own, and be sure to tell me what your favorite sweet treat was, because I have such a sweet tooth!


Photo courtesy of Sia from Quadrum Gallery


Stay in the know about Boston JNO and other WJA chapters by visiting 
the Women's Jewelry Association website.

If you have friends in the jewelry industry spread the word, the much anticipated 


Big thank you to Modern Pastry for hosting JNO and our national sponsors below!



4 comments:

  1. Those apricot macarons are my favorite!!! Modern Pastry has the best in the North End.

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    1. Thanks Tine, I'll be sure to try them ;)

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  2. Very exciting, Alexis. I will try my best to make it.

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