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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 15, 2017-
Apr 15, 2017
09:00AM - 01:30PM
Womens Clothing Swap - A Benefit for The Living Room Womens Shelter.
Its a womens clothing swap!!! You bring what you dont wear or doesnt fit! $10 to get in, all monies Donated to The Living Room, Womens Shelter.
Sonoma,
Rio Nido Roadhouse, 14540 Canyon 2 Road, Rio Nido
Event Description

Its a womens clothing swap!!! You bring what you dont wear or doesnt fit! Shoes, bags, scarfs, clothes, costumes, tiaras and crowns. $10 to get in, all monies Donated to The Living Room, Womens Shelter.

Bring your goodies and check in anytime between 9:00AM and 11:00AM, this is when you get your swap vouchers - 30 items turned in, gets you 30 vouchers.

You then proceed with your squad to the mimosa bar and the brunch buffet. Relax and visit, whilst a herd of El Molino volunteers organize the clothing.

Then, at 11:00AM swapping commences. Time to lose your mind and see what you find! If you would like to get additional vouchers, they can be purchased at $2 a piece.

At 1:30PM the fashion show begins. Best original outfits! Locally donated prizes to be won.

All proceeds go to The Living Room women shelter in Santa Rosa, and all remaining clothing will be donated to the shelters recommended thrift shop.

Please bring a package of feminine hygiene products or toiletries to be donated as well. The shelter is also in need of diapers (4,5,&6), new underwear for kids and adults.

Sponsored by The Rio Nido Road House and Hart Horticulture Artisan Landscape and Design.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Raena Jones Metzger     Email: raena@rionidoroadhouse.com
Phone: 707-869-0821

 

 

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