It's Listener AbFab Pick Day and we have three great ones to share.
Tim wants us all to know about Operation Glass Slipper's next Donation Drive:
"Simply bring your new or gently used special occasion dresses, shoes, purses jewelry and accessories to Mary Kay Bridal, located at 5710 West 36th Street in Saint Louis Park, on April 20, 2012 from 5 pm to 8 pm.
"For every item donated you will receive one raffle ticket. A $1 donation will also buy one raffle ticket. Gift bags, smoothies, music and a photo booth will also be available for your enjoyment.
"Founded in 2006 by mother-daughter team, Pam and Emily Philipp, Operation Glass Slipper, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing prom gowns and accessories free of charge to high school girls in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN area whose financial circumstances make it impossible for them to attend prom due to cost."
Attention Fleetwood Mac fans, Kris has a show for you!
RUMOURS & DREAMS - The Music of Fleetwood Mac
It's two nights only - next week on Wed and Thurs at Chanhassen. Features Mary Jane Alm, Jeff Engholm, Pamela McNeill and 6 others - all local musicians. People will take a trip back in time and will feel like they're at an actual Fleetwood Mac concert. This show has sold out everywhere it's played around Minnesota.
Christine emailed us about an AbFab event to raise cancer awareness in the Native American community.
"The American Indian Cancer Foundation will present the Powwow for Hope at 1 p.m. on April 28, 2012, to be held at the YWCA on East Lake Street. This new event will honor cancer survivors, raise awareness of cancer risks and increase resources to ease the burdens of cancer.
"The Powwow is a celebratory way to help fight one of the most debilitating diseases Minnesota American Indian families encounter. Cancer is the leading cause of death for American Indians across the Northern Plains, including Minnesota.
"Powwow for Hope's dancing for life, love and hope, is a community event that invites people to be part of solutions to the number one cause of death among American Indians. Funds raised at the event will support the work of American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF). Teams have already committed to come from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Fond du Lac Reservation, White Earth Reservation, Mille Lacs Band, and the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin.
"Many American Indian community organizations in the Twin Cities have stepped up and formed teams to represent their commitment to this issue. All teams will have the opportunity to have a booth at the event to raise money by selling food, crafts, and or activities.
"Hundreds of American Indians have shared their cancer stories and while they are heart-wrenching, they provide the inspiration for each of us to commit to get involved in whatever way we are able.
If you have questions, please contact us. You can reach us with a call/text: (612) 584-0428, Email: powwow@AICAF.org or get more info at our website"
Remember, EVERY Wednesday is Listener AbFab Pick Day.
Have an AbFab day,