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The Sparkle Project BC is proud to present its first annual Empowerment Event

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The Sparkle Project BC is proud to present its first annual Empowerment Event at The Phoenix Ballroom on Sunday June 26th from 1-4pm. An event for every generation: mothers, fathers, daughters, friends, sisters, grandmothers, aunts, and anyone looking for some inspiration and sparkle! This empowering afternoon includes 6 inspirational speakers: Tara Teng (former Miss Canada), Ashley Wiles (founder of Sole Girls), Nicolle Hodges (journalist with CTV), Samantha Skelly (founder of Hungry for Happiness), Adera Angelucci (speaker and founder of Spiro Creative), Kristal Barrett-Stuart (Founder of The Sparkle Project BC) along with Emcee Natalie Langston (Novus TV).


The event will also include a silent auction, a variety of health and wellness vendors, The Sparkle Project BC media wall and photo booth,  mini makeovers, a performance by young local talent Cambree Lovesy  and Molly Mission as well as an “I am” affirmation board, activity, appetizers , door prizes  and more!

Partial proceeds will go towards sponsoring a beautiful young girl in the Miss Teen BC Pageant to help her gain leadership skills and to help her find her sparkle, and will further support the next Sparkle Project campaign, to be announced on June 26th. Tickets are only $25! Purchase tickets at

The Sparkle Project BC is a movement to inspire young girls to explore their passions, build their confidence, and share their sparkle with the world.

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