Fashion Show coming to the Thunderbird Hall Nov. 5.

Fashion show coming to Thunderbird Hall

This Saturday (Nov. 5), sample fashion from seven local shops at the Thunderbird Hall hosted by Altrusa.

Enjoy a fashion show, music and entertainment, a dinner catered by Rose’s Catering as well as prizes. The tickets are $60, or $480 for a table of eight, and all funds raised will go to support local not-for-profit organizations. The doors open a 6 p.m. and dinner will be at 7 p.m.

It is a great opportunity to shop for holiday gifts and to see what local businesses have to offer.

Participating this year are Divas Bridal and Prom, Georgies Fashions, La Tee Da Lingerie Boutique, Quest Shoes, French Creek Collectibles, Rag Dolz, Cottage Clothing, Intersport and Jim’s Clothes Closet.

Altrusa International, founded in 1917 is an association of persons who volunteer their energies and expertise in the betterment of our communities.  In addition to volunteering thousands of hours the Campbell River club has contributed close to $750,000 to  local not for profit organizations  in the past thirty plus years.

Call Chris Perras at 250-923-6506 to purchase tickets or learn more about Altrusa.

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