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Free Spring Fashion Trends Show at Walters State

Free Spring Fashion Trends Show at Walters State

What are the “Most Wanted” Fashion Trends for spring and summer? What wardrobe staples can you implement from years past to bring your look up to date? What are this year’s fashion do’s and don’ts? How can you be fashionable on a budget? Come and discover the new fashion trends with Keri Jones, manager of the Belk in Sevierville. On April 14, 2015 at 1 p.m., Keri will share this program at the Rel Maples Institute for Culinary Arts of Walters State in Sevierville. The public is invited to join and learn the latest in spring and summer fashion. There is no cost to attend.

Before you attend the Most Wanted Trend Show by Keri on April 14, you may want to enjoy a nice Mexican lunch at the Mountain Rose Bistro of the Rel Maples Institute for Culinary Arts. Culinary students prepare the lunch and menus vary daily. The Bistro will be serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 14. Take this opportunity to support the Culinary Program and enjoy a delicious lunch. The lunch and program will be held in the Conner Short Center on the Walters State Campus in Sevierville.

The Family & Community Education Clubs of UT Extension are sponsoring this program. This organization strengthens families and individuals through education, leadership opportunities and community service. Club meetings involve guest speakers from the community as well as researched based programs through UT Extension resources. Membership is open to anyone regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability or veteran status. Members enjoy learning as well as enjoy fellowship each month in Sevier County.

Make plans now to attend this Fashion Trends Program on April 14 at 1 p.m., and learn how to update your wardrobe for the spring and summer.

For more information on this event or Family and Community Education Clubs, please contact Linda Hyder, UT Extension at 453-3695 or [email protected].

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