GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) - Rachael met up with Kathy Warner of Myrtle Mae's Chic Boutique and Dutton's General Store to talk about Rock the Runway 2! This year Kathy teamed up with Talsma Furniture for a bigger space so more people can attend.
Rock the Runway 2 will be held Tuesday, September 24 at Talsma Furniture's Cascade store. The doors open at 6PM with food and drinks, and the show starts at 7PM.
Tickets are sold at Talsma Furniture in Cascade, Mytle Mae's Boutique, or the Dutton General Store for $25. The swag bag, valued at $100, is included!
Here are 10 reasons why you should come to Rock the Runway:
10 Get a sneak preview at the very best runway fashions that fall has to offer. Preview lines never before seen in the Grand Rapids Area.
9 Tantalizing tidbits from McKays home of "The Royale" voted #1 and Grandwich, Malarkys, Main Street Grill, and lavish desserts (even gluten free) from Ari Catering.
8 A signature cocktail made just for you by "Strides for Life".
7 Be the first to see all of Talsma Furniture's latest trends in fall home furnishings just revealed at the High Point and Vegas Shows.
6 See the models' hair and makeup by Vasaio "Discovering the beauty within, one individual at a time".
5 Vasaio will have a booth set up where you can test Sweet Spa's most amazing, totally organic botanicals, butters, essential oils, and herbs that smell incredible and soothe the body. All made locally by Vasaio's owner, Victor Bennett.
4 Shop at the Chic Boutique set up for the evening just for you! Get first choice on these one of a kind fashions that cannot be reordered. That means that you will be the envy of everyone loving your style!
3 Enjoy the music of DJ Steve Morgan.
2 Get pampered! Spend a Girl's Night Out where you are #1! Now how often does that happen?
1 Go home with a SWAG BAG filled with goodies worth over $100
We get a brief break from the "lake-effect machine" Friday.
A few flurries occurred Thursday night. Lows held in the teens and the wind relaxed to the 5 to 10 mph range, with 20s at the Lake Michigan.
On Thursday, the medical examiner's office said CMU student Kelly Markatos died as a result of the eating disorder bulimia.