The Twigs of Rochester General Hospital Association Present the American Girl Fashion Show

October 8, 2013

Program Features Styles Past and Present for American Girls and Their Dolls

The Twigs of Rochester General Hospital Association once again proudly present their popular American Girl Fashion Show on Saturday, November 9th and Sunday, November 10th, at the Eagle Value Golf Club, 4344 9 Mile Post Road, Fairport, New York. PARKING FOR THE EVENT IS FREE.

This fun, engaging program showcases historical and contemporary fashions from American Girl. Proceeds from the show benefit children cared for at Rochester General Hospital. To date, the Twigs have raised more than $100,000 from American Girl Fashion Shows.

*American Girl is the core brand of Pleasant Company, founded in 1986 by Pleasant T. Rowland and acquired by Mattel, Inc. (NYSE: MAT) in 1998.

WHAT: American Girl Fashion Show to Benefit Pediatric Patients at
Rochester General Hospital

WHEN:
Saturday, November 9th at 10:30am and 2:30pm & Sunday, November 10h at 10:30am and 2:30pm.

COST: Tickets are $35.

WHO:
Young Girls (The event is recommended for children six and older)/parents and their “American Girl” dolls will participate in this very special event featuring fashions from the popular “American Girl” collection.


TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED ON LINE AT TWIGSRGHA.ORG or you may email us at: [email protected] for more information.

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