Lucky Ladies Launch Party


Lucky Ladies Launch Party 
Saturday April 28, 2012 1-5pm 
Dance Music provided by Ruby Baby Bennett
Light refreshments beer and wine for sale to benefit Rhythmix Cultural Works, and Cole Coffee’s cart will be parked out front!
Also a Benefit Sewing Workshop for www.littledressesforafrica.org
http://www.shopluckyladies.com/

Location-
Rhythmix Cultural Works 
2513 Blanding,
Alameda, CA 94501
www.rhythmix.org

Website for event-
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.267896369946334.58871.148617011874271&type=1#!/events/382294165129307/

Dress in your festive best and toast the Spring Launch of our brand new website, fresh new fashion and houseware lines from our designers, exciting sewing classes and much much more!


We'll provide light refreshments, dance music, a photo booth, fitness demos, a sewing workshop,a fashion show on the main stage featuring vintage inspired attire, a raffle to win awesome Lucky Ladies swag and plenty of opportunities to get to know the Lucky Ladies themselves along with a free sewing workshop to make dresses for the Little Dresses for Africa project. 
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The Lucky Ladies are 15 self-made creative small business owners from Oakland and Alameda. We do: music, skin care, fashion design, sewing instruction, interior/architectural design, felted artisanal products, yoga, web design, estate liquidation, vintage collectables, nutritional counseling, boot camps, fitness classes and photography.

Jennifer Serr will be leading a free sewing workshop – sewing dresses for the little dresses for Africa project
www.littledressesforafrica.org  We are looking for donations of fabric and gently used pillow cases to make our little dresses.  Trims and thread also appreciated!  The dresses are easy to sew and look darling when they are finished. If you would like to make dresses before hand and just bring them to the event, here is the website with instructions: www.littledressesforafrica.org

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