Fall Fashion Show Luncheon, Planned Especially for the Ladies of Sedona
There’s nothing to do you say? Same ole’ same ole’ you shrug? Well Hear Ye Hear Ye! The Friends of Jack Jamesen Memorial Park are hosting a fabulous and fun fashion show luncheon for the ladies of Sedona, featuring some of the most high profile men in our community. Men are invited as well of course.
Join us on Saturday, November 12th at 11:30 am for the festivities. Mix, mingle and check out our fantastic silent auction items. Full bar available and your lunch includes one drink ticket for a glass of wine or equivalent. Noonish your choice of three delectable lunch entrees, beginning with a salad will be served. You may want to strap on your seat belts as our models walk the runway. Six of Sedona’s most prominent, accomplished men will strut their stuff. Brian Alcorn, owner of Café Paleo Brio Restaurant, Al Comello owner of ComelloMedia.com, Tom Jepperson, Entertainment by Tom & Shondra, Kris Kazian, Fire Chief, Fred Shinn, Sedona Show Stoppers and Sedona’s volunteer police group, and Ron Wheeler, Interim Police Chief will entertain and delight you.
However, that’s not all! Each gentleman will model a second time in a new ensemble. Our handsome models will deliver the prizes to the highest bidders of our silent auction.
But wait there’s more! As you nibble on your dessert, we will auction off a few unbelievable experiential activities for you to share with your friends, family or co-workers!
Proceeds of this event will go towards the purchase of a stunning bronze sculpture of Sedona Schnebly by inspirational, local sculptor, Susan Kliewer for the Honoring Women section of the Jack Jamesen Memorial Park. This sculpture will be unveiled in February 2017 on Sedona Schnebly’s birthday. This lovely pedestrian, sculpture park is located at State Highway 89A and Northview Rd. adjacent the Bank of America in West Sedona.
This elegant lunch will be served at Relics Restaurant & Roadhouse at Historic Rainbows End. ~ Est. 1946 Relics is Sedona’s oldest continuously operating restaurant, 70 years. It was a favorite hangout for western movie stars from the 1940’s to the 1960’s. The original stone building was a stagecoach stop in the 1800’s as well as a military recruiting depot during WWI.
Seating is limited and you won’t want to miss this exciting event, which will be the talk of the town and will support our beloved city. Tickets may be purchased at: JamesenMemorialPark.org or you may call: Cynthia at 928-830-9933.