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Spring Fashion Show --- May 20th

by Patricia Pereira
May 11, 2018

                                                    Spring Fashion Show

 

                                               Sunday, May 20, 2018

                                                       2 PM to 4PM

                                                    Upper Town Hall

                                               703 Washington Street

                                            Holliston, Massachusetts 01746

 

Spring has finally arrived in Holliston and what better way to usher in this “season of renewal” than a fashion show? This event will have something for everyone. Our models will include both ladies and gentlemen from Holliston, known to many of you. The gentlemen will model outfits of their choosing from Joseph A. Banks of Bellingham and the ladies will choose outfits at Fine Feathers of Medway. Both Ladies and gentlemen will also model vintage apparel from the Holliston Historical Society.

There will be a cash bar courtesy of Holliston Reporter, and three local food establishments, Anthony’s on the Green, Bertucci’s, Jasper Hill Bistro and Gaetano’s will be offering tasty appetizers and decadent pastries. Music for the show will be provided by the Holliston High School Music Department. For those of us who like to shop, (seriously, who doesn’t?) silent auction items will be available on which to place bids.

Tickets are $20 each and are available for purchase at Superette, Fiske’s, Town Hall, and online at www.hollistoninbloom.org. All proceeds benefit Holliston in Bloom.    

 

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