Trashion Show, by Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County

FRI07jun6:00 PMFRI9:00 PM6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Trashion Show, by Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom CountyFashion show of outfits made of 75% recycled material, silent auction of creatively upcycled items, raffles, cocktails, games and more! Fisherman's Pavilion at Squalicum Harbor, Fishermen’s Pavilion, 2599 S Harbor Loop Dr, Bellingham, WA 98225

Event Overview

Join Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County on Friday, June 7th at Fishermen’s Pavilion in Bellingham for an evening of Eco-Chic Elegance that turns trash into treasure and homes into hope!
The event will feature a full fashion show of stunningly sustainable outfits made of 75% recycled material, a silent auction of creatively upcycled items, raffles for some of our favorite local goodies, cocktails, games and more!
Purchase your tickets to this unforgettable event that celebrates sustainability while supporting affordable housing right here in Whatcom County. Tickets will be available at a discounted early bird rate until May 1st.
Want to participate in the show? Anyone feeling inspired to showcase their eco-conscious creativity is encouraged to submit a designer application on our website by May 31st!

Location

Fisherman's Pavilion at Squalicum Harbor

Fishermen’s Pavilion, 2599 S Harbor Loop Dr, Bellingham, WA 98225

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