The holidays are quickly approaching and, with them, lots of great excuses to dress up. Which means lots of great excuses to shop.
Next weekend, there’s one more reason to shop: to support The League for People with Disabilities.
The Baltimore City organization, which provides programs and services aimed at improving the quality of life for local people with a range of disabilities, will hold its annual Fashion and Fur Sale on Saturday, November 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sale is held at The League’s offices on East Cold Spring Lane and all purchases will benefit The League’s efforts.
There is no cost to enter the sale, which will include a wide range of items, with prices starting as low as $5. New and vintage handbags, jewelry, leather, fur and cloth coats and more will be on display.
This year’s sale will also include a fun new addition: mobile boutiques, including Street Boutique, Go-Go’s, Tin Lizzy, Pursepectives and Girly Glitz and Glam. There will also be a DJ, food trucks and an art exhibit featuring works by Rory Doyle, an artist with autism who has participated in the League’s Camp Greentop.
For more information about the sale, or about The League for People with Disabilities, call 410-323-0500 or visit www.leagueforpeople.org.
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