The public was invited to pick and received a bottle of oil for their efforts. Olive harvests, discontinued in 1965, were reinstated in 2000 and the renewal of harvesting has engendered a spirit of gratitude for Earth's bounty.
Many hands tend, harvest, and press our golden oil. Curbside pick-up at the following locations: - Dominican Motherhouse, 43326 Mission Circle, Fremont, CA 94539Dates and Times: November 21 and 22, 2020 between 10:00am - 4:00pm (Saturday and Sunday), - Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 440 St. Katherine Drive, La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011Dates and Times: November 21 and 22, 2020 between 10:00am - 4:00pm (Saturday and Sunday), - St. Catherine's Academy, 215 N. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805Dates and Times: November 21 and 22, 2020 between 10:00am - 4:00pm (Saturday and Sunday). Our oil is also the sacramental oil for the Diocese of Oakland. When the Dominican Sisters arrived at Mission San Jose in 1891, they were welcomed by silvery olive trees. Every year, we share this blessing with our Boutique friends! You made that happen! In 1891 when the Dominican Sisters arrived at Mission San Jose, they were welcomed by silvery olive trees planted on these grounds by Franciscan friars. Unfortunately, many oils that you’ll find in your local supermarkets are marketed as extra virgin but are in fact, just blends of premium oil with lower quality oil. Planted on this sacred ground by Franciscan friars, the Sisters began processing the olives for their rich oil in 1894. The Dominican Sisters extra-virgin olive oil continues to be produced by mission-era trees and is sought by connoisseurs, shared with friends and distributed annually. The Sisters processed the olives for their rich oil 1894 to 1965. It’s time to plan your online visit to the 2020 Dominican Sisters Holiday Boutique!
Olive harvests resumed in 2000, engendering a spirit of gratitude for Earth's bounty. Gifts for all ages - even your pets! The olive oil made by the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose can only be purchased at the source at the sisters' annual holiday sale this weekend. Online ordering September 14 - November 14, 2020.
Origami, derived from ori (meaning folding) and kami (meaning paper), is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. Inventories are mostly one-of-a-kind and therefore limited in quantity.May these products give you joy as they find their way into your home! Join our mailing list if you want to be notified for next year's boutique Every year we share the oil with you, our family and friends. Ten percent of our Boutique sales help global communities rebuild after natural disasters. The Holiday Boutique supports our Motherhouse home and senior Sisters. 43326 Mission Circle | Fremont, CA 94539-5898 | 510-657-2468, Website and Integrated Communications: Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, 43326 Mission Circle | Fremont, CA 94539-5898. Read more about our olive oil on our website here. Unfortunately the olive fly has hit them hard and they do not have the resources to spray properly so they no longer have this Thanksgiving day tradition. The Sisters processed the olives for their rich oil 1894 to 1965. We cultivate the largest remaining grove of mission-era olive trees in California. Customized party favors for special events, weddings and corporate gifts. The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose have a retirement property with olives which they pick but it is usually done by the gardening staff with pneumatic rakes which we have supplied, not by the public. From the beginning our sisters tended olive trees and bottled the “golden oil.” We continue to cultivate 200 trees, the largest remaining mission-era olive grove in California, producing extra virgin Dominican Sisters Oil –available only once a year at our Holiday Boutique. Confused? The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose have a retirement property with olives which they pick but it is usually done by the gardening staff with pneumatic rakes which we have supplied, not by the public. Check back weekly for inventory replenishment. Kosterina EVOO has over 400 mg/kg of polyphenol content. The objective in Origami is to transform a flat square sheet of paper into a finished decorative object. Items in this collection are handcrafted by the Dominican Sisters. With Kosterina, we guarantee you are getting nothing but 100% early harvest, organic, extra virgin olive oil.