Cheap ‘N Chic Shopping Event

Held Thursday, September 26 

Guests are invited to a stylish kick-off to Fall at the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra’s Cheap ‘N Chic event on Thursday, September 26, 2019. Co-chairpersons Jo Ellen Numerick and Jill Briercheck will welcome guests beginning at 6 p.m. at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center.

The shopping event is only held every two years to offer the finest in pre-owned couture including designer handbags, jewelry, jackets and accessories.

“We are thrilled to host this fun evening to benefit the programs of our wonderful orchestra. Thrifty fashionistas won’t want to miss the chance to sip on champagne and score some of the biggest names in fashion at a fraction of the cost,” said Jo Ellen Numerick, event co-chair.

In addition to champagne and shopping, guests will enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres, beverages and desserts selected by event volunteers Joan Stairs and Carol Zera.

Press:  WSO Cheap ‘N Chic sale has it all, from costume to couture Tribune-Review September 6, 2019

Out & About: WSO supporters are ‘Cheap ‘N Chic’ after shopping spree Tribune-Review September 26, 2019

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