Hide and Seek Foundation, the leading national non-profit organization devoted to Lysosomal Disease research and prevention, is opening the doors to a second-hand furniture store in beautiful Belmont Shore. With 100 percent of the proceeds going toward Hide and Seek Foundation, the organization hopes that their selection of quality used home furnishings at affordable prices will raise disease awareness while helping to beautify the community. "Everyone deserves a beautiful home environment," Hide and Seek Boutique founder Stephanie Lyn says. "The condition of my home environment was crucial for my sanity when dealing with my son Tristen's diagnosis and when setting up and dealing with the creation of the Hide and Seek foundation. I just want to spread that idea throughout the community while educating the public about the illness." Now the foundation founder, together with a committed group of volunteers have taken this simple concept and turned it into a reality. Selling beautiful furniture at a great rate, the 700 square foot Hide and Seek Boutique's doors to the will open April 15, beautifully staged with artwork by local artists, complimentary juice and snacks and acoustic music performed by local musicians.
Wed., April 15, 9 a.m., 2009