Ladies' Night Out at the KIA

Spring Fashion Show, March 24, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Posted: March 3, 2010
Source: Farrell Howe
Job Title: Marketing Coordinator
Department: Development
Phone: (269) 349-7775
Email: farrellh@kiarts.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 3, 2010

Contact:
Farrell Howe
(269) 349-7775 ext. 3112

Ladies' Night Out at the KIA
Spring Fashion Show, March 24, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Kalamazoo, MI - Wednesday, March 3, 2010. A little bit of Paris, Milan and New York returns to Kalamazoo for the Third Annual Ladies' Night Out and Fashion Show on Wednesday, March 24th, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Ladies Night Out

Gather your girlfriends for wine and hors d'oeuvre, fabulous door prizes, and a runway show of spring fashions from prominent local retailers including: CAbi, Cake Boutique, Chico's, Coldwater Creek, Earthly Delights, Elaine K Designs, Frayed, Gazelle Sports, J. Jill, JW Boesch & Assoc. - The Carlisle Collection, KIA Gallery Shop, Lana's Couture, Memories Bridal & Evening Wear, MODA, My Closet Boutique, Stein Mart, Sydney, and Tromblay Salon.

Ladies looking to shop can peruse an artist fashion bazaar that will be open prior to the show. Local artists include jewelry artists kara/daniel JEWELRY, Denise Fletcher, Tara Dalga, accessory artist Dawn Edwards of Felt So Right and more!

Tickets are now on sale online, can be purchased in person at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, or by calling Angelnette Thomas at (269) 349-7775 ext. 3111 or via email.

Ticket prices are: $35 general admission, $40 VIP (reserved, front-row seating). Ticket prices include: fashion show, wine, hors d'oeuvre, door prizes and coupons. This is a popular event that sold out last year, so call for tickets today!

Ladies' Night Out is sponsored by Ample Pantry and Eve Salonspa.

The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts is a nonprofit art museum and school. Since 1924, the institute has offered art classes and free-admission programming, including exhibitions, lectures, events, activities and a permanent collection. The KIA's mission is to cultivate the creation and appreciation of the visual arts for the communities of West Michigan.

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