Pasadena Showcase House Postponed Until June

Pasadena Showcase House of Design Benefit Chair Jill Fosselman with Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts President Vikki Sung.

After carefully considering the rapidly changing situation surrounding COVID-19, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts has announced the postponement of the Pasadena Showcase House of Design. The 56th annual fundraiser for PSHA has been moved to June 7 through 28.
PSHA’s main concern was the health and well-being of the extended Showcase family, which includes guests, designers, trades, volunteers, vendors, members and the communities that host the organization’s design homes. The event had been scheduled to take place from April 26-May 17.
“We are confident that this push to June will allow us to fulfill our mission to raise money for music and the arts and to provide a beautiful, musical and fun experience in a healthy environment,” said PSHA President Vikki Sung.
The 2020 Showcase House of Design is a Federal-country style home designed by Gerard R. Colcord, who was known as “Hollywood’s society editor,” and is situated on park-like grounds in Arcadia. New to this year’s event is a schedule of on-site musical performances and Saturday night concerts.
People who have already purchased tickets will be contacted to reschedule tour dates and times. More information will become available as PSHA makes adjustments to musical performance schedules, special evening concerts and Sunday brunches.
PSHA is striving to make the transition to the June dates as smoothly as possible and thanks all for their patience and support of Showcase House of Design. For additional ticket information and updates, visit pasadenashowcase.org.

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