6th annual fashion show for hospice

Maple Ridge show will feature fashions for the whole family.

The fashion show

The 6th annual Hospice Thrift Store Spring/Summer Fashion Show will be taking place on Saturday.

New this year will be children’s fashions, for those ranging in age from one to 15.

The show will also highlight fashions for families and men’s wear.

There will be 20 models in three categories, including casual wear, family wear, and the little black dress category.

Designer labels will include Jimmy Choo. Le Château, Gucci, Guess, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Bellissima, Anne Klein and Louis Vuitton.

All the items in the show, plus similar items will be available at the thrift store.

Every sale goes towards providing end-of-life and bereavement support to the communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

“We’re a non-profit charity and we help support around 1,200 people in our community, including children every year. We’re the principle support for end-of-life and bereavement support in the community,” said Mark Vosper, executive director of the Ridge Meadows Hospice Society.

The show takes place on June 18 at the Golden Ears Winter Club, at 23580 – 105th Avenue in Maple Ridge, next to Planet Ice.

Tickets are $25 for adults, children 10-16 are $15 and those under 10 are free.

Tickets include hors d’oeuvres along with coffee and tea from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m., when the fashion show will start.

There will be a cash bar.

There will be 50 per cent off the fashions at the show and thrift store for ticket holders the day of.

Tickets can be purchased at the Ridge Meadows Hospice Society Thrift Store, No. 3 – 12011, 224th Street, or at the Ridge Meadows Hospice Society office, No. 102 – 22320, 119th Avenue.

• For more information, call 604-463-7722 or go to www.ridgemeadowshospicesociety.com.

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