Trash-2-Flash Recycled Fashion Show
Saturday, May 14...the 6th Annual Trash-2-Flash Recycled Fashion Show at the fairgrounds in Eureka was a huge success, thanks, to everyone who participated and our fabulous audience! Check out the video HERE.
Dinner at 5:30, was a choice of grilled Tri-tip sandwiches or Veg-kebabs with all the fixin's and non-alcoholic drink for only $12 for adults, $6 for kids aged 12 and under. Beer, brewed in good cheer from our own local HA) Brewery, and wine was available for purchase.
The show began at 7:00 with admission at $17 for adults, $10 for students, and $5 for Kids aged 12.
This fabulous evening of entertainment is always more fun than humans should be allowed to have. Local artists turn materials that would have gone into the landfill (Trash) into outrageously incredible outfits (Flash) that are danced down the runway for your enjoyment. Fun for the whole family. This ain't no ordinary fashion show!
Music during intermission once again was by the Montana Cardboard Band playing on cardboard instruments made by the fabulous Ray Jacobs. The silent auction of really cool stuff made from recycled items and the outfits was also a great success. “It's our biggest yearly fundraiser for the Creative Arts Center,” says Lois Sciligo, CAC Facility Director, “It's a lot of fun for everyone who comes to see it or be in it.” Sponsored by the Creative Arts Council, this was a fundraiser for your Creative Arts Center in Eureka, where you can experience that art is for everyone.
Trash-2-Flash 2016 – if you missed it you really missed out. We're looking forward to next year and hope you are, too!
About the Author: Alice B Elrod is a longtime promoter, supporter and contributor to our community. I love living in this glorious valley. There are so many people here who ardently strive to help out and it's a pleasure to pitch in when I can. Writing for visitNWmontana gives me a chance to know more about our community lets me invest some creative time in getting the word out about how wonderful it is to call this place home. I also have the privilege to be involved in the community by working with the Creative Arts Council, Recycle Eureka and through my chiropractic practice, Elrod Chiropractic.