7th Annual "Shop and Show" Benefits WE CAN

April 23rd at Cultural Center of Cape Cod
7th annual "Shop and Show" raises funds for WE CAN (Courtesy of WE CAN)

Harwich Port, MA, March 15, 2019 – WE CAN, Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking, an organization dedicated to helping Cape Cod women achieve lasting positive change for themselves and their families, today announced the 7th Annual Shop & Show hosted and produced by The Current Quarterly.  The combination fashion show and shopping event will be held on April 23 at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.

Lisa Guyon, WE CAN Executive Director points to the collective excitement at WE CAN surrounding this event that is generated by the collaboration with The Current Quarterly.  “Their desire to show women how they can use fashion to empower themselves as one way to contribute to their own self-confidence unites with WE CAN’s efforts to provide the resources to help women empower themselves with mentoring, networking and support. It’s not only a win-win, it’s fun!”   The Current Quarterly is Cape Cod’s preeminent local Fashion Magazine.

WE CAN participants and volunteers serve as the models for the show portion of the evening.  Runway participants are provided with hair styled by Stacey Kuehn and a make-up team who donate their time.  The Current Quarterly’s Amanda Converse explained, “We are so proud to provide one opportunity for WE CAN volunteers to choose their outfits from local retailers and strut their stuff on the runway. Inspiring women and supporting local business, it’s one of the best things we do all year!”

Shop & Show will also feature pop-up shops from local boutiques, makers and organizations giving attendees the opportunity to shop them all in one location. 

The event is at The Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 501 Main Street, West Yarmouth on April 23 from 5-8pm. Tickets are $25 available here: FASHION and benefit WE CAN.  Call WE CAN for more information 508-430-8111.


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