Still Strolling Saturday Fashion Show is Saturday

Hot Springs County Museum fashion show is set for May 14. The fashion show will feature clothing beginning with the mountain man era up to fashions worn today. Merlin’s Hide Out fashions will kick off the repurposed, hand-made fashion show. Barb Rice will be modeling her 1960’s outfits along with others who will model handmade clothing including knitted, quilted, wool and leather wear. The show will also feature modern attire provided by Needful Things. Local jewelry maker Jennie Blakesly will provide the modeled jewelry for this show. The show opens May 14th at 10 a.m. at the Hot Springs County Museum with a performance by Worland East Side Elementary School Choir conducted by Amelia Roberts. Come enjoy this group of young performing artists and stay for the fashion show. This event is free to the public. The Still Strolling Saturday Fashion Show is a part of the Second Friday ArtStroll held each month in downtown Thermopolis. The fashion show will showcase local artists who create wearable art. “The Smoking Waters Art Guild encourages the public to participate in the arts and is happy to be able to combine the performing arts with visual arts during this fashion show,” says Toddi Darlington, the event organizer. To learn more about Second Friday ArtStroll and Still Strolling Saturday visit Smoking Waters Art Guild on Facebook or our #springcity #rush #news