Fun benefits the fight at Paint the Town Pink |

Fun benefits the fight at Paint the Town Pink

Paint the Town Pink, brought to you by The Union and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, will be from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.

A fun-filled night honoring the women of Nevada County has truly become Nevada County’s premier women’s expo. This special event to benefit advancement of breast cancer care in Nevada County features food, wine, fashion shows, music, silent auctions and more than 40 vendors with women-related products.

Meet local companies that provide unique services to the women of Nevada County with great giveaways at every booth.

The night features fashion shows with Blue Moon Apparel, Tomfoolery, Wild Side and a grand finale by Troupe de Trash. Music provided by DJ Bobby G and DJ Jamal Walker. Donate your hair to Locks of Love sponsored by Blondie’s Salon. Enjoy cooking demonstrations presented by Tess’ Kitchen Store, plus hula dancers and many other performances throughout the night.

Proceeds are donated to the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation for the local breast cancer care.

Tickets cost $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Ticket price includes a Paint the Town Pink tote, food, wine, entertainment and giveaways. Bring your wallets for a silent auction and raffle to start the holiday shopping for the women in your life. Call for group and nonprofit discounts.

Purchase tickets at The Union, BriarPatch, http://www.brown, the SNMH gift shop and the SNMH Foundation.

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