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Edgewater Rec Society presenting 4th annual Galarama: Goes BollywoodPosted: April 2, 2012
Okay ladies, put on your best Bollywood style and come out for some music, food, drinks, entertainment, door prizes and ‘treat yourself’ vendors on Saturday, April 14 at 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. at the Edgewater Community Hall. The event is the fourth annual Edgewater Recreation Society Galarama.
The night will start off with a fashion show featuring this summer’s beach fashions and sportswear from ‘Shine Thru’ clothing (Janet Watson).
Also, our local belly dancers are returning! How could we have a Bollywood theme without our infamous belly dancers:) A show and a demonstration!
Taste some East Indian appys and enjoy some special drinks (bring some twoonies) all with some fabulous friends and music!
Advanced tickets are $15/person (highly recommend) and they include transportation with the Rockies Bus to and from the event!
Bud’s Bar and Lounge is the sponsor for the ‘Safe Ride’ bus, which leaves Invermere at 6: 30 p.m. Ladies are encouraged to start their evening off there as a ‘thank you’ by event organizers. And Radium ladies! Be ready to be picked up outside of the Prestige Inn at 7 p.m.
Tickets available at: Bud’s Bar and Scrappy Doo’s in Invermere; Nellies Salon and Prestige Inn
in Radium; and at Pip’s Store in Edgewater.
Need more details or have questions? Give me a call! Tammy: 250-270-0340 or search www.facebook.com/ERSevents
by Tammy Tutte
Tags: Bollywooddgewater Community HallEast IndianEdgewater Recreation Society Galarama
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