How does spending an afternoon in the country enjoying a delicious luncheon and fashion show on one of the area’s most beautiful farms sound? Mark your calendar and get your reservation in for the 15th Annual Fashion in the Country.
Windy Hill Foundation’s annual fundraising event will be held May 21 at noon at historic Oak Spring Farm in Upperville, home of Alex and Jill Vogel. Bluewater Kitchen, an Upperville farm-to-table catering and events company, will provide lunch and Greenhill Winery & Vineyards will provide wine. The always-entertaining Tom Sweitzer from A Place to Be will be master of ceremonies of the fashion show, featuring local personalities modeling attire and jewelry from Middleburg shops. Chairs Stephanie Bates and Beth Ann Mascatello have overlooked nothing when planning this year’s luncheon.
The benefactor of this longstanding fundraiser, Windy Hill Foundation, is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing safe, decent and affordable housing to lower income families and the elderly in Loudoun and surrounding counties. Also dedicated to the betterment of the lives of its residents, Windy Hill provides tutoring, after-school assistance, summer camps, healthy-child programs, post-secondary education scholarships, young adult programs, senior activities, on-site computer labs, emergency funding and transportation assistance, thanks to two new vans recently purchased with proceeds from the spectacular 35th anniversary gala last fall.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit windyhillfoundation.org. ML