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A model shows off some new fashions at one of the semi-annual Ladies’ Night events held at Shelmerdine Garden Centre in support of Osborne House.

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A model shows off some new fashions at one of the semi-annual Ladies’ Night events held at Shelmerdine Garden Centre in support of Osborne House. Photo Store

About 250 women will discover the latest fashions for fall and winter while supporting Osborne House this weekend.

Shelmerdine Garden Centre, at 7800 Roblin Blvd. in Headingley, will be the site of the fourth semi-annual Ladies Night on Sept. 28 and 29, with proceeds being donated to the Winnipeg women’s shelter.

Shelmerdine owner Nicole Bent said the two shows are sold out, and predicts they will raise about $3,000 for the charity. The business holds other charity fundraisers throughout the year, then makes an annual donation to Osborne House.

"Our goal this year is to write a $10,000 cheque to Osborne House by the end of the year," she said.

Tickets costing $25 were sold for each show, with the shows highlighting the latest women’s clothing being sold in the fashion section of Shelmerdine. The shows are being catered by The Gates.

The dates of the spring show are April 19 and 20, and Bent suggests that anyone interested in attending should sign up on the company’s mailing list at www.shelmerdine.com

"It’s just a really fun girls’ night out," she said.

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