Bee Chic Boutique hosts its grand opening on Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Kimberly Macleod/Abbotsford News)

Bee Chic Boutique hosting grand opening in Abbotsford

New store in Downtown Abbotsford holding event on Saturday afternoon

A brand new women’s fashion store is hosting its grand opening in Downtown Abbotsford today (Saturday).

Bee Chic Boutique, which will be located at #2 – 33726 Essendene Avenue, hosts a special grand opening event on Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Discounts, giveaways, refreshments and special guests are all promised by management for the event.

The store offers clothing from brands such as Celeste Stein, b.young, Mystree, Unpublished, Lemon, Sticks and Stones and many more. High quality jewelry is also available from a variety of brands.

Bee Chic Boutique had a soft launch opening in September, and the store’s hours are Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bee Chic Boutique is also a charitable contributor to the BC Honey Producers Association who, since the 1920’s, has been educating and improving the quality of beekeeping throughout the province of British Columbia by promoting and encouraging suitable methods of the keeping of bees by promoting knowledge through educational seminars, exhibits and sponsorship programs to the public as well as local beekeepers.

​$1 from each purchase of bee jewelry hand-made by Brass Country will be donated to the BCHPA to help the association continue to promote the importance of the roles of bees in our communities as well as educate the public on proper methods of beekeeping.

For more information on the store, visit beechicboutique.ca.

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