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Past Event December 2016 - Tabletop Tips for the Holidays

  • NC State University Club 4200 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC, 27606 United States (map)

Program: Tabletop Tips for the Holidays

Speaker:  Linda Zoffer, Owner of del ZIO Designs Interiors

Linda Zoffer, Owner of del ZIO Designs Interiors

Linda Zoffer, Owner of del ZIO Designs Interiors

From creating the main holiday table for festive meals with family and friends to bringing the holiday spirit to other table settings in the home, Linda will present a dialogue and slideshow on creating the holiday feeling throughout your home. All settings will include focus on utilizing florals and greenery, both real and faux, and how they pair with other objects on the tables and in the rooms themselves.  Some ideas will also be shared for keeping real foliage fresher longer.

Linda Zoffer is the award winning lead designer and creative force at  del ZIO Designs Interiors, LLC. (www.delziodesigns.com) Holding a BA from Hofstra University in New York and an MA from New York University, she later attended the Lorenzo de’ Medici Institute in Florence, Italy to study Art History and Fresco Restoration. She is a professional designer member of IDS, DSA and AID. Linda is CQRID Certified & GREEN Accredited.  A member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council, Linda is a recognized DesigninGREENleader.  She has written articles for the News and Observer, New Homes and Ideas Magazine and the Green Home tour book.  

EXTRA! Enter a raffle to be the lucky winner of a complimentary landscape design that will be the basis of our January program: pick one particular area of focus, possibly a small bed area, patio re-do, front porch, etc. and EarthGraphics will develop a landscape design for it.

Bake Sale by the Ways and Means Committee – bid on goodies baked and donated by members.

Regular Lunch: Fresh Fruit Salad, Pot Roast, Country Mashed Potatoes, Chefs Vegetable Medley rolls and butter, coffee, tea & water. Vegetarian lunch includes beans and grains and is determined by the University Club. Gluten free lunches are usually a GF version of the regular lunch. (Do not bring food or beverages of any kind to our luncheons. This is a State Health Code violation.)