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EWCSs fashion show is Oct. 20 at Centre 2000

ERIN - Last year the Fashion show here was a huge hit in Erin, and this year organizers are aiming for bigger and better.

The show is on Oct. 20 at Centre 2000 in Erin (14 Boland Ave.) and the doors open at 6pm.

The event features new and gently-used fashions that have been donated to East Wellington Community Services’s New to You thrift stores. What makes the event stand out from other fashion shows is everything seen on stage (and more) is available for sale that evening.

This year the audience will be entertained by David Clemmer, from Style By Jury. In addition to his regular TV role, Clemmer is often seen on day-time TV such as Steve & Chris, Devine Design and ET Canada. He co-founded a company that represents stars such as Russell Crowe, Hilary Duff, Avril Lavigne, Catherine Zeta Jones, and Cate Blanchett.

There will be a variety of vendors selling jewelry, fashions, and other treats. There will be raffle and auction prizes,  “with a few special surprises lined up”, said  Sandra Paolucci, retail coordinator at EWCS.

This year’s racks are full of Calvin Klein, Danier Leather, London Fog, Anne Klein, Mexx, as well as George and Joe items. There are shoes, including high fashion brands from Italy and Spain.

Tickets are on sale at the New to You Stores in Erin, Hillsburgh and Rockwood, as well as at What’s Cookin’ in Erin.

Tickets are $15 in advance ($12 for seniors and students) and $20 at the door if available. For tickets or more information contact: info@ew-cs.com or 519-833-9696.

 

October 14, 2011

 
 

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