Bridal fair Sunday

The Women’s Contact Society’s WOW 2016: Women, Opportunities, Weddings takes place Sunday, March 6.

The Women’s Contact Society’s WOW 2016: Women, Opportunities, Weddings takes place Sunday, March 6 at the Thompson Rivers University gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Funds raised by the $10 admission fee  support the Beauty from the Inside Out program for teen girls.

WOW 2016 is building on the bridal fair the society hosted last year and will also include businesses that don’t necessarily cater to weddings, says event co-ordinator Ashlee Hyde.

“We will have a fashion show which will include bridal wear as well as other formal wear,” Hyde says.

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