Oregon City fashion show to benefit children's nonprofit
Seams of Dreams, a new local clothing business, is launching with a Fashion & Vendor Show this Friday and Saturday at the Oregon City Golf Club.
Oregon City resident Carolyn Herberger, owner of Seams of Dreams, envisions this free event for the entire family providing something for everyone. She has combined vintage and modern designs for a "Fun & Fancy" children's fashion show starting at noon on Saturday, Oct. 12.
"We have over 20 local small businesses, crafters and artisans displaying beautiful artwork, handcrafted gifts, as well as providing fresh baked goods, coffee and locally grown fall produce and pumpkins for you to buy," Herberger said.
Seams of Dreams supports Bloomin' Boutique, an Oregon City-based nonprofit that helps foster and underprivileged children in need. Donation barrels will urge event attendees to make a difference in a child's life.
"They collect new clothing, bedding, personal care items and school supplies and help ages from birth to the 12th grade," Herberger said. "Help us support local businesses, artisans and help us make a difference in a child's life today."
Event attendees will have the opportunity to browse through repurposed vintage furnishings and decor by Sweet Ruby's Rustics; chalk-painted furniture and lighting by Rescued and Remade; original framed artwork by Graphicsbyte; pottery by Jaren Ceramics; leather goods by Kopke Leatherwork; and baked goods and chocolates by Sweet Masterpiece.
"Seams of Dreams is all about creating tailored clothing that fits you and your lifestyle," Herberger said. "We have many more vendors with … items to choose from including wood turnings, jewelry, quilts, crocheting, soaps, candles, chocolates."
Fashion & Vendor Show
WHAT: Craft fair benefitting Bloomin' Boutique, nonprofit helping foster and underprivileged children
WHEN: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, and Saturday, Oct. 12
WHERE: Oregon City Golf Club, 20124 S Beavercreek Road
MORE: Visit BloominBoutique.org
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