Shelbourne Kitchen hosts historic fashion show

The Shelbourne Community Kitchen is holding a Tea and Historical Fashion Show on Saturday.

  • Mar. 3, 2016 7:00 p.m.

The Shelbourne Community Kitchen is holding a Tea and Historical Fashion Show on Saturday.

The event is a fundraiser and along with the tea and fashion show is a silent auction and door prizes. The 2 p.m. tea will be followed by the fashion show featuring Victorian Vogue. Tickets are $20 and available at the door or by phoning the event venue Lutheran Church of the Cross (3787 Cedar Hill Road) at 250-477-6222. There will be additional parking at St. Luke’s Anglican Church.

The community kitchen’s purpose is to provide support through a neighbourhood resource centre for those in the community who lack adequate access to healthy food.

The kitchen is a collaborative effort of a diverse number of community partners. It strives to provide more than a bag of groceries, their aim is to educate participants on healthy and economical food choices while developing cooking skills. The kitchen also grows fresh produce in community gardens.


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