The Manor Club Holiday Boutique open to the public features gifts for all ages as well as crocheted "Octopus," Knife Sharpening, "Slime" baked goods and more.

Today is the last day of the boutique with Sunday, Nov. 3, hours from 11am to 5pm. Admission is free and parking is free in front of the historic Manor Club building at 1023 Esplanade, Pelham Manor.

At $25 each, the cute, cuddly octopus are crocheted for donation to Westchester Medical Center. They are used in the pre-natal unit where babies can reach for the soft fibers of the octopi which prevent the babies' fingers from touching and pulling out sensitive monitoring equipment. Also at the boutique are hand knitted hats for sale at $25 each or for donation to Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital.

Knife sharpening will be offered at $7 per knife.

Finley Bethea, a 4th grader at Colonial School, will be selling her "Slime" baked goods on Saturday and Sunday.

Some of the vendors at the Holiday Boutique include:Bulabula Fashions, Origami Owl, Shawls by Sonika, Sue's Corner, LaGravinese Jewelers, The Pampered Chef, DeSantis Designs, Maria Rosell's pillows, Barbara Russillo's DML Socks, Anna's Animals, Pinky of Greenwich, Shoes N More, My Skin Harmony, Three Gems Unlimited and more.

Other highlights are Granny's Attic with gently use items and a selection of homemade baked goods.

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