Girls Night at The Reach

The Reach Gallery Museum is inviting the women of Abbotsford to attend their second annual Girls Night on Friday, Nov. 4.

Astrid is a Vancouver based jazz musician and vocalist.

The Reach Gallery Museum is inviting the women of Abbotsford to attend their second annual Girls Night on Friday, Nov. 4.

The museum, at 32388 Veterans Way, will have an array of food provided by Milestones Restaurant and wine tastings from Domaine de Chaberton Winery.

Attendees will listen to the music of retro bossa jazz with a performance by Astrid & Indigo.

A range of jewelry, fine art, photography, and fashion accessories will be on display from local artists and designers. A silent auction will follow.

Later, the ladies can have a laugh listening to local comedian Erin Graham.

To purchase tickets, call The Reach at 604-864-8087.

Individual tickets are $25. Group rate is $20 per person for a package of four.

Proceeds will support programs and exhibitions at The Reach.

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