Castlegar Rotary fundraiser to feature fashion and prizes

Tickets are still available for the September 26 event.

Castlegar Sunrise Rotary’s upcoming fundraiser promises to be a great way to Cruise into Fall.

The event takes place Thursday, Sept. 26 at the Castlegar Community Complex and will be featuring a fall fashion show with everything from vintage to modern and swimsuits to boots. Five local retailers will be displaying what they have to offer and giving either talks or demonstrations about their goods.

Your ticket to the event also gets you several opportunities to win prizes including a $1,500 West’s Travel gift certificate good towards the cruise of your choice. You also get an entry into a drawing at each of the five retailers featured in the fashion show for a $100 gift certificate.

Another highlight of the evening will be a grown-up tea party featuring specialty drinks from The Humble Bean and appetizers by Kootenay Catering.

Funds raised at the event will go towards the local Rotary club’s community and international projects including helping students in Honduras attend school.

Tickets can be purchased for $50 at Revival Boutique, Swish, Central City Shoes, Undercover Secrets and West’s Department Store.

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