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  1. Opening Night Fashion Show for "Clothes Story: An Exhibition"

    March 26, 2021, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ The Rectory

    Clothes Story: An Exhibition Opening Night Fashion Show Friday, March 26 // Two Entry Times, 4 & 6 p.m. Space Limited Due to Social Distancing, Call 678-421-2048/2049 to RSVP. // “Clothes Story” is a family-friendly exhibition experience that celebrates women in their homes and communities. These stories showcase their resiliency, strength, fortitude and power as trailblazers and leaders. Highlighting ten women between the years of 1880-1950, the narrative is supported by the clothing that they wore. The clothing serves as a representation of the eras presented. This experience is curated to assist with providing an understanding and appreciation for the times and a look at the progress we can appreciate today. For more information, call 678-421-2049. The exhibit will be showcased at The Rectory, 17 College Street.

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  2. Opening Night Fashion Show for "Clothes Story: An Exhibition"

    March 26, 2021, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ The Rectory

    Clothes Story: An Exhibition Opening Night Fashion Show Friday, March 26 // Two Entry Times, 4 & 6 p.m. Space Limited Due to Social Distancing, Call 678-421-2048/2049 to RSVP. // “Clothes Story” is a family-friendly exhibition experience that celebrates women in their homes and communities. These stories showcase their resiliency, strength, fortitude and power as trailblazers and leaders. Highlighting ten women between the years of 1880-1950, the narrative is supported by the clothing that they wore. The clothing serves as a representation of the eras presented. This experience is curated to assist with providing an understanding and appreciation for the times and a look at the progress we can appreciate today. For more information, call 678-421-2049. The exhibit will be showcased at The Rectory, 17 College Street.

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