Girls Night @The Museum returns to Abbotsford

Event on Friday, Nov. 4 at The Reach Gallery Museum

Girls' Night at The Reach returns on Friday

The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford holds its annual Girls’ Night @The Museum fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 4.

The event runs from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Reach, 32388 Veterans Way, and this year has a Havana theme.

The event includes salsa stepping, music by duo Quieros on the Flamenco guitar and Congo drums, Latin craft stations, arts and artisan vendors, a silent auction, and wine and food.

The market of goods includes quality hand-crafted jewelry and fashions, pottery, visual art and up-cycled small furniture pieces.

Other activities include hand or foot reflexology quickies, henna art, and the fall exhibition of works of art by 10 female and one male artist in The Reach.

Funds raised at the event go towards visual literacy arts and heritage learning programs for kids and youth.

Tickets are $38 for Reach members and $45 for guests. They are available in person at The Reach, online at thereach.ca or by phone at 604-864-8087.

 

 

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